Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
My opinion is that if your going to have to pay a repair shop to do all of that, it may be better to start looking around for another vehicle. If you take the time to check around, there are quite a few people getting rid of that second vehicle because of job cut backs etc, that are in pretty good shape. The year doesn't bother me, I just check the condition, and how well it's been maintained, and mileage. I'm currently driving a 99 Caravan, and just bought a 98' that was lady driven, never seen snow, not a spot of rust on it, 4 new tires, new transmission last year and I'm thinking it will need very little if anything for safety, for $1000. I've been keeping my eye on it for 2 years now, as all I see the woman do is wash it, and make the odd short trip to town in it. She drives it to Florida for the winter, and back here to Canada in the summer.Try not to rush if you don't have to, but check all adds in local area, you just may find what you need, cheaper than repairing what you have. Now if you have a friend or neighbor or relative that can do most of that for you at a reduced labor rate, it may be the way to go. Chrysler replacement parts are usually fairly reasonable as far as price goes, and if your van is still in good shape other than that strut tower, it may give you a few more years of service when it's all done.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
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