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My voyager kicks and bucks at times when im driving down the road what could this be ?

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If you have an ABS sensor try replacing that. Its about $50. I hsd the same problem and ad soon as the sensor was replaced and i put a can of Seafoam in my gas tank, I didnt have the bucking anymore.

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Hi, the transmissions in the second generation caravans do this. try greasing your rear wheel bearings and check to see if you have a hung up rear brake. we have a 93. we keep it in 3rd drive in the city/uphills and then only run it in 4th drive on flat open roads and freeways. the transmission shifts early into 4th gear starts lugging at about 38mph and then pops out of 4th gear and gets lost for a second and then finds its gear. you have to help it shift untill you find whats causing the problem. if its getting bad mileage also Ill I bet its either the bearings or a hung up brake in the back..
good luck..
jm

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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    Jude Meredith Nov 08, 2010

    Our caravan quit acting up as above when this maintenance was done, we have had 4 second generation caravans and they all have had this issue.

    jm

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How could anyone guess, at that question,without the vehicle?

It could be a dozen different things

The EGR Valve could cause the bucking,also ignition problems,vacuum leaks.

On a vehicle that old,I would look for something simple.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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