Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The likely problem is the contacts in the solenoid on the side of the starter. Does the solenoid click when trying to start the car? Disconnect one battery cable before doing anything with it. I fixed mine by removing the end of the solenoid case and building up the badly eroded input terminal bolt head with silver solder--worked great. You have to work under the car to get to these parts--use jack stands for safety.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
It's not bad at all. Ijust replace my starter on my F150. Here's the steps.
1. Jack up your car and please use jack stands. Don't rely on your jack when you are under the car.
2. disconnect the ground terminal of the battery.
3. get under the car and disconnect the terminals on the starter. There should be 2. one is a large cable that comes directly from the battery and the 2nd is a smaller wire that comes from the ignition key.
4.Loosen the bottom bolt first and remove.
5. Loosen and remove the top bolt. It helps if you have a helper that holds the heavy starter as you remove the top bolt. You can do it your self, just be careful.
6. Remove the starter. I assume that the new starter also has a new solenoid already attached to the new starter.
7. Installation is the reverse. Start the top bolt first. this is a little tricky because the starter is heavy.
8. There's not a lot of room on most cars. Be patient and don't hurry.
Hope this helps. Good luck Loringh PS Please give me a rating
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
unbolt the sway bar links from the control arms and the two brackets holding it to the frame. make sure if you jack it up jack up the front end. if you jack up one side and not the other and take the sway bar loose it will be loaded and could cause injury if not careful as long as both front tires are off the ground the sway bar will not be loaded and will be safe to deal with
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
it is located behind and below the glove box,you might want to remove the glove box assembly to see it easier,
there are four screws holding a blower motor cover you to take off first,now remove the screws holding the blower motor up,disconnect the motor wires.
if your changing this because you think its bad,you should test the blower motor wires with a test light with the key on and blower switch turned on.if you have power in the wires,then it is bad.
but if you have no power in wires it could be blower motor resister,or switch.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
the main fuse box is usually under the hood,you may find a small fuse box under the dash as well.....hope this helps.....cheers
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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