Question about 1990 Plymouth Voyager
I think your on the right track but I would start with the CPS (crank position sensor) as it seems most obvious as it normally starts to fail/read inaccuratly when the car gets hot. Should be less then $40 and a much easier replacement then a radiator. You also can invest in a trans cooler or trans temp sensor if the tranny is getting hot but I wouldn't think that was your issue. If its overheating the coolant would normally be boiling in the overflow bottle when the motor is shut off but if you suspect overheating check the coolant mixture and insure you have a 50/50 mix and not straight coolant..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check you do not have an airlock, there should be a bled screw at the top of the system. Your symptoms could be caused by this. Remember to run it up to full temp to be sure all stats are opening to allow escape of trapped air.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Posted on May 19, 2010
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