presumably you have changed the thermostat if so and still no heat, i would suggest that you check to see if there is hot water going to the heater core. check to see if there is hot water going through the hoses leading to and from the heater core. if, after the car is warmed up and both hoses are hot, then I suspect the problem is with the vent flaps that control air flow through the duct work in the dash if only one hose is hot then you have a plugged heater core and you need to take it out and replace it. if neither hose is hot, you may well have a problem with a blocked house or a failed water punmp although that would probably show itself though the engine overheating. i would be interested to see what you find
Something is wrong with the tach. TAke it to a seedo shop.
On my 1990 Voyager, the transmission has a "safe," or "limp" mode. If something is wrong with the trans, it will not shift out of second gear. This is supposedly to allow you to drive to the repair shop at a reduced speed.
Either the cam or crank sensor could have failed.
The sender is in the tank and something is wrong with it. It probably needs a new sending unit.
Codes for a 1998 Plymouth Voyager can be reset, by a diagnostic code scanner, or by disconnecting the battery. If the code is still showing up, after work has been done on the vehicle to fix the code problem, the vehicle may need to go into a car dealership to ensure there are not other problems causing a wrong code to show up.
Noises are hard to diagnoise unless heard. Take it to a machanic.
What do you mean by What is wrong with the LG Voyager? It has a responsive touch screen and a great qwerty keyboard. I have one and i would definetly recommend one.
If it still has a reverse, just in the wrong place, then the linkage or cable from the shift lever to the transmission has streched or fallen out of alignment.
you can only use diagnostic equipment to turn the alarm off or see whats wrong with it and garages rip you off on the prices they charge ezza1969
Car not blowing air or heat
check relays in the power distribution center. Fuel pump, Eatx and Autoshutdown relay. Also check the fuses that go to them relays.
evaporator frozen over
Blowing black smoke is indicative of an oil leak in the engine.
No, you should never have to trim a head gasket. If the holes do not match up, you have the wrong gasket.No, you should never have to trim a head gasket. If the holes do not match up, you have the wrong gasket.
Blowing the whistle is calling attention to wrong doing.
depends, what kind of trans is if, if its a 3speed then that's as far as it should go. Have the engine and trans computers checked for trouble codes. The 4 speed will not shift when the computer detects a problem and sets a code.
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The headgasket has failed.
The service engine soon light is illuminated by a signal from the computer to indicate a sensor(s) has detected something wrong. While you are driving around, stop by AutoZone or a similar auto parts store that offers free computer scanning to retrieve the trouble code(s) to see what went wrong.
you may just be low on freon
Wrong amp of fuse
it's not matter
there is nothing wrong with the env2. It is a great phone and my friend even has one. I also asked people if they liked the env2 or voyager and everyone said env2. Get one!!!
2006 Ford Focus rear defroster keeps blowing the fuse immediately after replacement
Blowing a raspberrie can be rude if done in the wrong place, however if it's meant as just a bit of fun amongst friends with a sense of humour then it's not.