Question about 2004 Chrysler Voyager
The clutch is hydraulically activated and it is not adjustable as it is self adjusting, if the pedal is hard or engages way high in the travel or it slips you need a new clutch assembly.
Posted on Dec 16, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine oil in cooling system
I hope it wasn't just striaght water , and it sounds like a leaking water jacket or worse a blown head gasket. Take it in to aase cert rad repair shop and have them fix it .DON"T RUN THE VAN HAVE IT TOWED COULD BLOW MOTOR
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
I think your best option is to ask if the owner will bring it to a shop of your choice to have it thoroughly inspected. An honest approach is always the best for all parties involved. Depending where you are purchasing a car, a 98 legacy with a manual gearbox is much more rare than an automatic. Use your mechanic's report as a basis for negotiation if this is the car you really want to purchase. The clutch parts will alone cost $300 and plan on an additional $100 to machine the flywheel. This, with anything else a trusted eye sees in need of repair, is the wisest way to move forward. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
This definately sounds like the clutch cycling switch or the low pressure switch is bad. You just simply evacuate the system, screw off the old and screw on the new and then evacuate and recharge the system. This should get you fixed. You might also want to check and make sure that you have enough refirgerant in the system. If there is not enough then this switch will not allow power to flow to the clutch to prevent any damage to the compressor from there not being enough oil in the system.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
The code must be incorrect.
Post the radio MODEL NUMER (begins with P ) and SERIAL NUMBER (begins with T) and I can check it for you
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
you replaced a clutch and fly wheel in an automatic? Or maybe the torque converter and belts? Likely since i havent seen many of those vehicles with standards you have an automatic, sounds like you may just be low on transmission fluid, reverse is the first gear to charge hydrolics on so it would be the first to show sign, you probably have hesitation in going from reverse to drive also
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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