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Where do I add brake fluid on my 1998 Plymouth Voyager?

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On the driver's side on the firewall. Off the top of the master cylinder there should be a round yellow cap. Remove the cap and add the fluid. Please rate my assistance.

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I don't have a manual for my 98 Plymouth Grand Voyager & just need to know where do you put in the brake fluid?


Find the master cylinder. It has a yellow cap on it and should be located in the engine compartment, in the corner right in front of the driver and it's attached to the brake booster.

Feb 02, 2011 | 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager

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How do I change or add transmission fluid to a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager


TO CHANGE THE FLUID YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE TRANSMISSION OIL PAN IF YOU DO SO ADD 4 QTS BEFORE YOU START THE ENGINE THE YOU CHECK IT WITH ENGINE RUN TRANSMISSION IN NEUTRAL ADD UNTIL FULL YOU FILL IT FROM THE DIPSTICK TUBE THAT IS IN THE FRONT NEXT TO THE BATTERY TRAY

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May 07, 2009 | 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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I have a 98 plymouth voyager van. I need to add automatic transmission fluid. I see the dip stick, but do not see where to add the trans. fluid. Thanks Larry


The Fluid Goes into the Dipstick Tube. You will need a Funnel for this. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help I can get! Thanks!

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on your 99 Plymouth u should not have to add fluid unless it's time to replace brakes. But on the driver side under the hood u will find a yellow cap that will say dot 3 fluid only. make sure you are using the proper fluid, you can find that at your local auto parts store. Do not fill this all the way to the top.

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