Question about 1997 Plymouth Voyager
Take a look at your belt tension. Your
belt could be worn or your idler wheel count be worn. Do not try to use
any type belt dressing it does not work. What is happening is when you
first start the car it takes a moment for the belt to catch up with the
Shuddering can be caused by many things. Most often it's clutch wear or oil on the friction plates. If it happens when the car has warmed up, then that's a likely one.
It could be engine or gearbox mountings, although I would not expect it on a car for many, many miles. Worth checking though.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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