The 1994 Plymouth Voyager will hold approximately 20 gallons of gas. The car gets 18 miles per gallon in the city.
No, you do not have to replace the timing belt at the same time as the water pump. It is highly recommended because there is no additional labor involved since the timing belt must be removed to replace the water pump.
According to Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 3.0 L - V6 in a 1994 Plymouth Voyager is NOT an interference engine
Anti-lock Braking System. -mj
follow it from the intake to the foot pedal
on the alternator
It is under the hood, on the driver side