Just got a call from Meineke where I dropped off my 1998 Plymouth Voyager van because of squeeling noise in steering. Thought it was time to replace the serpentine and probably the tensioner. Instead, the manager called to tell me I was loosing steering fluid because the R & P was shot. The rack and pinion needed to be replaced to the tune of $700.00. Well, I picked up the van for $100.00 (and it even included $50.00 worth of gas!) I told him to refill the steering fluid and call it a day. At this point I'll just keep spare fluid in the van and run it to the ground. I'm in Connecticut, where even the air is expensive. Don't know how this price compares in other areas.
You should be able to get at the mounts from the inside of the rear fender
should be right above the catalytic converter, on the exhaust manifold
Should be inside the tank
5w30 or 10w30
10w30,i prefer castrol
The 1997 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 liter engine coolant capacity is 5.5 gallons. The coolant should be at a minimum of 50 percent antifreeze.
The 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager low pressure port can be found on the top of the air conditioner compressor. The low pressure port should be labeled as such.
Sometimes things on the inside of vehicles stop working. If the power outlet in a Plymouth voyager stops working, a person should change the accessory fuse in the fuse box.
According to my dealer, it should be changed at 150,000 km.
this link ^ should help you out
regular automatic transmission fluid
There should be a small valve at the bottom of the rad.
Should be on the top of the starter
A 3.8L v6 should bolt right in.
It should.It should.
The S10 series doesn't use a rack and pinion steering system.
This almost has to be a bad switch. Replace the switch and it should work correctly. It is on the column then the it is not so easy. Have someone do it. If it is on the dash these are pretty simple. Just unplug them then unbolt it then replace. Good luck.
It will cost between $300.00 to $500.00 to replace the rack and pinion on a 1996 Chrysler Sebring. This cost includes labor and parts.
3000-5000 miles depending on driving situations
You need to look on your transmission there should be 2 of them I have A 96 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER 3.0 liter and it has 2 on the transmission on it just match up ur sensors not very hard. sorry best i can do.
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Minimum pressure would be 15 psi at idle.
Clicking inside the steering column on the 1998 Plymouth Voyager sounds like a steering pump problem. It could also be that the steering box needs to be replaced. This should be looked at by a reputable mechanic as soon as possible.
Depending on where the computer part is bought it can range from $60 to $800 (brand new, depending on brand and store). Then there is the flashover cost of $80-$180. Generally, it can cost $300-$1000 to replace a computer in a car.