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WHAT TYPE OIL IS RECCOMMENDED FOR AN OIL CHANGE ON THE PLYMOTH VOYAGER WITH OVER 100,000 MILES

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Use high mileage oil, Castrol or whatever you prefer. Warm and Hot weather, 10w40, cool or cold weather 10w30.

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How do you change oil pump on 1999 plymoth voyager


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1994 Plymoth Voyager oil light coming on. Oil dip stick shows full. What could be causing this issue.


what size is the engine. I know that Chrysler had a problem with this happing on their 2.7 engine. Our 2000 sebring starting do this at about 80000 miles and I just drove it till I sold it with 165000.

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When do i need my first tune up


That depends on your driving. Spark plugs can claim 100,000 miles before a change. But if you drive a lot in town stop and go, you will be putting more hours of running time than you would if it was 100k highway. I have run across a lot of vehicles that state 100,000 on ignition. The plugs may be manufactured with a hard substance such as platinum but the caps, rotors and wire are not and a tune up was needed around 75,000 miles.
The first tune up is no more different than any other. The oil on the other hand, if you did not know what was used from the factory then maybe 3000 and if you use full synthetic then go to around 5000 afterwards. Replace the fuel filter if not every oil change every other. I like doing them that often as they are cheap enough and a clean filter never hurts. It use to be said to change an oil filter every other oil change in the owners manuals. I always did the filter every change.
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Oil pump location for 3.3 motor for 1999 plymoth voyager van


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My jeep wrangler just passed 100,000 miles, what service does it need?


Here is the basic maintenance list for your Jeep:

~ Inspect lights and check tire pressure at least monthly or before & after each trail ride

~ Oil & filter change, chassis lubrication, differential and transfer-case fluids every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months - if you have recently crossed through water deep enough to submerge the centre of your hubs, replace the differential fluids as a precaution

~ Underhood belt and hose inspection every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or 3 to 4 months (every oil change)

~ Tire rotation and wheel balancing every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - driving offroad can knock wheel weights off a wheel, so you may need to have this done more frequently

~ Brake inspection every 6,000 miles or every other oil change - if you have rum brakes in the rear, ensure they are cleaned after each trail ride where you encountered deep mud/snow

~ Replace air filter every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by inspection - dusty trails can shorten these intervals dramatically

~ Replace fuel filter every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Automatic transmission service every 24,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Wheel alignment check every 12,000 to 24,000 miles or as indicated by tire wear - offroad driving can knock wheels out of alignment, so budget for an alignment every 3 months, then watch tread wear to see if it's needed

~ Cooling system flush and refill every 40,000 to 100,000 miles

~ Belt and hose replacement every 60,000 to 100,000 miles or 5 to 8 years

~ Engine timing belt replacement every 60,000 to 100,000 miles (when equipped) or 5 to 8 years

~ Air conditioning performance check annually, usually in the spring - be sure to run your A/C during the winter for brief period to ensure all hoses and valves stay lubricated and operable

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What does a 1999 plymoth voyager oil sensor lood like


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Oil change


20w-50 is an excellent choice. Every 2,500 to 3,000 miles is recommended for oil change intervals.

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