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Transaxel 94 plymouth voyage leaking transmission fluied from face plate between transaxel and engine flyweel possibly cv joint

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Im looking for a transmission wiring diagram for a 95 plymouth voyager se with the 3.3l engine

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Transmission squeaks on 1994 plymouth grand voyager 3.8l

Take this car to a shop and have the front drive axles checked for worn CV joints.

Oct 22, 2012 | 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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How to replace CV joints on a 1998 Plymouth Voyager Want to know if there is a seal for the end of the drive shaft that mounts in the transmission. Or does the new CV shaft just slide in with no seal?

there is a seal that is on either side of the transmission where the cv shafts go in. They are pressed into the transmission and will either be black or brown. If you are missing one they are available from your local parts store and can be easily installed with some light tapping with a hammer.

Jul 29, 2011 | 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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My 94 voyager is pulling left and makes a popping sound whenever I turn. a shop told me I need to replace the sway bar. how do I do that?

That does not sound like an accurate diagnosis to me. A sway bar controls how much the vehicle lists over during a turn. A popping sound is generally a CV or constant velocity joint going bad. This is a universal type joint on your shaft that goes from your transmission to your wheel. The pulling is generally and a alignment problem which requires that the tie rods be adjusted or replaced if they are sloppy. Pulling can also be a result of seized brake calipers or uneven wear are responding breaks.

Jun 07, 2010 | 1994 Plymouth Voyager

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Need diagram on what has to be removed to replace the driver side trans axle

Not much to it,
remove wheel,remove axle nut,remove bolt and nut that pinch lower ball joint in place,it will either be an 18mm or a 21mm,pry lower control down to detach and separate ball joint,tap CV shaft in where you took the nut off,
hold out on rotor assembly while pushing CV shaft in ward,When you have the CV out of the bearing and rotor assembly,Tap inside CV joint out of transmission.

Dec 16, 2009 | 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Transmission Leak

You need your trans rebuilt or replaced. There is a clip inside that holds the gears from moving back and forth. This clip has broked and will need replacement. The casing will have to be repaired or replaced as well as the gear(s) that ground its way through the casing.

Apr 09, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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Thumping noise

2 things I would inspect, your motor mounts, and CV joints. If worn, one or both could cause what your experiencing. See if you can figure out where grinding is coming from, right or left side & check drive shaft CV joint on that side especially. Look close at both boots on them for rips or holes, where dirt has been entering.
P.S. a sloppy/worn CV joint can end up causing irregular wear on transmission as well, so don't let it go too long, if at all.

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1992 voyager driver side cv joint

with a pry bar or pry between the trany and cv or put the pry bar on the cv and hit it with hammerits just a little c clip holding it good luck pierre

Jan 24, 2009 | 1992 Plymouth Voyager

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