Don't bother replacing the joints, replace the axles. The cost isn't much different and your getting new joints and boots, not to mention less time to do it. Check for weak motor mounts on this van, they contibute to axles popping out if they are too weak. Alignment of where the motor sets is critical.
Remove the wiring harness from your 1992 Plymouth Grand Voyager alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
how do you remove a power steering pump from a 1995 plymouth voyager?
About 2, you can remove by sliding towards the gas pedal.
remove the 2 0 clamps... then pull the old hose off and replace with new and install the 2 clamps
The turn signal switch is quite easy to remove and replace. The turn signal switch simply plugs in and plugs out.
Should be inside the tank
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace pan gasket, fluid and filter
The oil pan of a 1998 Plymouth Voyager is quite easy to remove. Simply remove the series of bolts around the housing of the pan. Make sure to purchase a new gasket when replacing the pan.
Drop the fuel tank.
Go to this website. It will show how to remove the door panel.
how do i remove the water pump on a 98 voyager 3.0 Lt mini van and would u have it in a video to see how to do it fist time working on this van
Begin by removing the inside door panel on your 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager. Remove the door lock linkage. Remove the door lock retaining bolts. The door lock will come out.
remove the wheels, then the drums and brake sfoes. There are 4 bolts that hold the hubs onto the axel. Make sure to replace the shims if present when replacing it.
No,it will mess up your computer.
to replace the tail light open the hatch look on the side of the light you will see two screws remove them. Pull the light out, take the three bulb out ken
The thermostat housing for the 99 Voyager is located on the top of the motor, follow the top radiator hose to the engine,there you will find the housing ( lefthand side) undo the bolts and remove, remember to replace the gasget as well, then just reassemble the same as you removed it. Darlene
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You have to remove the trans.
There isn't one, you have to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
If you are new to doing drum brakes, then remove the drums on both rears and do one side while looking at the other side for reference.
Change the pump, most likely bad. Easy to do. Find washer reservoir and remove old pump, install new one.
If its like a 96 you remove the windshield wiper motor and assembly
Lift the car on a jack, remove the car tires, remove the brake shoe/calipers and remove the old brake pads. Properly dispose of the old pads, put in the new brake pads, replace the brake shoe/calipers, replace the tire and lower the car to the ground.
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, remove brake caliper. Rotor is now free.
You jack up and block the car. Remove wheel, Push brake piston in with a wedge against rotor, remove brake caliper. (two 10mm bolts) Take brake pads out and fit new ones in, - replace caliper, replace wheel.