97 voyager what would cause engine tap when cold stops after engine heats up?
Sounds like you've got some bad lifters. The oil is draining out of them when it sits and once you start it, they pick the oil back up and refill.
How do you fix a '96 Plymouth Voyager that stops sporadically while traveling cleaned battery terminals but car now will not start?
What will cause the engine to stop running while driving and the check engine light does not come on when engine stops running?
What would cause your RPM gauge in your 2000 Bonneville ssei to stop when driving down the road and your car stops running?
My drivers side window on your 2001 town and country sometimes stops going up or down but will work again if you leave it alone for 10 min What could be the cause?
What would cause the air in a 93 buick lesabra to go from the vent then stops and comes out the defrost and fogs the window and then the check engine light comes?
Antifreeze contains chemicals which have a much lower freeze temperature than just water. That resists freezing when the vehicle is not being operated. During operation, when coolant cycles through the system, heat from the engine is transferred to the coolant... this heats up the coolant... that heat is then exchanged to the air which blows through the radiator fins.
I hope you did not remove a battery post while the engine was running (don't do it)? If so, it may cause damage to your alternator, and it will short out your ignition in the engine (engine stops). If there is no damage, it should work after reconnecting the battery posts. If you didn't do the above situation, I would check for a loose connection on the terminal or a corroded/broken cable. I hope you…
Voyager currently travels around 38,000 mph. This is do to a combination of three things: 1. There is no resistance in space, as there is on Earth. Atmospheric resistance is the reason why we are unable to attain extreme speed through methods from Earth, on Earth. 2. Voyager enters the orbit of the planets it passes by and "slingshots" itself out of orbit onwards, thus increasing momentum each time. 3. As there is no resistance…