Question about Plymouth Voyager
The thermostat is probably bad on your vehicle, these are cheap and easy to replace. It should be located under the gooseneck (where the top radiator hose goes to on the motor). The neck is usually held down by two bolts. Once you have that removed the thermostat sits inside of it. Here's a picture of one so you know what you're looking for http://www.2carpros.com/images/articles/engine/cooling/thermostat/engine_therrmostat.jpg
If you want to check the fuses, they should be located under the dash on the driver side or inside one of the door jams on the side of the dash. There should be a diagram labeling what each fuse is for. You can pull a fuse out (they're in there pretty good) and hold it up in the light to see if it's blown. If the little wire inside the fuse is split, then it's blown.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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