Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Could be a clogged Exhaust Converter. I usually never replace any on my vehicles,even after 17 years. That said, they do fail for various reasons.
A bad EGR Valve would be a common parts failure on all vehicles, and high engine vacuum on a hill, would point that way, if it bucks, as well as slows down.
Then you have ignition problems. All vehicles experience those at some point in time, and a hill would put an electrical load on the system,especially on a hot day.
Iam going to assume the Trans doesn't slip or you see a flair or spike on the Tach, when it slows.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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