How do you tighten the serpentine belt on a 1991 Plymouth Voyager?
You cannot tighten the belt. It has a tensioner that holds the proper tension. If the belt is loose then either the belt is worn out or the tensioner has failed.
You'll notice that on the 3.3, there are a few pulleys... If you are on the passenger side of the van, looking directly at the serpentine belt, then basically there are two "pulleys" that do not connect to either the crankshaft, AC unit, Alternator, Water Pump, or Power Steering pump... The two that I speak of basically just look like guides for the belt. The one on the left is a tensioner. You use a…
Is there a fuse problem or what with the 1991 Plymouth Voyager horn when the relay clicks but horn does not sound?
You have fuel going through your filter on your 1991 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 liter but no fuel to cylinders cranks over but can't even smell fuel?
How do you replace the lower ball joint on a 1991 Plymouth Voyager LE 33L and if special tools are needed what are they?
There is an adjustment on the power steering pump to tighten the belt. About 1/2 inch deflection is correct tension. Too loose or too tight will put undo stress on the bearings & cause them to wear early. I usually soak the bolts with penetrating oil before trying to adjust since they will probably be a bit stuck. It helps avoid breakage.
1991 Plymouth grand voyager 3.3 it keeps over heating but you don't notice a leak anywhere from the radiator the radiator isn't holding antifreeze what should you try?
I have a 1998 Plymouth grand voyager that was doing the same thing, but one day it started leaking oil so i took it to the mechanic and it was the rear main seal that needed to be replaced, "BUT" when they went to replace it they told me that the flywheel which is attached to the transmission had torn the rear main seal so they replaced the flywheel due to it beign messed up…