It may be the fan belt.
Could be low on ATF. Check it.
The computer detected a malfunction, set a code, and went into limp mode.
One cause why a Plymouth Voyager sputters is because the driver may be holding the gear shift button, unnecessary for going through drives 1 to 4. The gear shift button is a safety feature that keeps from reversing while driving.
still havent figured out the chugging but the instrument panel issue can be fixed by reheating all of the solder points on the back of the cluster again.
water will splash on the belts [power steering, alternator, etc.], causing them to slip, as if greasy, not turning the pulleys. get new belts.
the two main reasons in the u.s are: 1. Driving while using a cellular device 2. driving while intoxicated
i had the same fault with my 1996 dodge Plymouth, 3.3 litre engine. i replaced the crankshaft sensor and viola problem was resolved.
There are many reasons as to why a car may lose power while driving. However, the most likely cause is a bad fuel pump. This causes the car to 'think' that there is not any gas, so it begins to stall, and eventually stalls while driving.
For a 1998 Plymouth Voyager that won't go into gear, the problem may be the shifter or the shifter cable. A problem with the linkage can cause it to not shift into gear. Also, check the transmission fluid to see if it's low. Even if it isn't low, you may need to change the transmission fluid and filter.
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.
The 3.3L says "3.3L" on the upper intake manifold. Also, the 3.0L has a distributor, while the 3.3L doesn't.
That means you need to get toa gas station.
I believe that vehicle has a timing belt, it may have let go.
Usually you would notice a vibration of the front wheels while driving. Lift one side of your car, grab the wheel by both hands and try moving it from side to side. Watch the tie rod end and you might see it loose at the ball joint.
Could be many reasons but fuel pump failure is possible.
Voyager is a spacecraft probe. It is not a satellite. NASA's twin Voyager spacecraft launched in August and September 1977. Voyager 1 focused on Jupiter and Saturn., while Voyager 2 flew past Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
You should always have your cell phone with you but you shouldn't ever talk or text while driving. If someone does call you, you should ignore it until you arrive at your destination
you need to get it fixed Post a comment under the right catagory... This is the BMW 3-Series section...
my side door had been opened and closed so much the little button was not going in far enough because of wear on the door and button both. i put about 6 layers of electrical tape over the little dent in the door, and now have no problwem
There would be a number of reasons why a car might jerk while you are driving. Your fuel filter could be clogged, something might be wrong with your carburetor, or your fuel pump.
There are several reasons why a 1995 Dodge Caravan may turn off while driving. One reason could be in the electrical system. Another reason could be in the fuel system.
Broken timing belt (if it has one) or fuel pump failure are two reasons that come to my mind, but there are many other reasons.
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Chevy Impala shuts off while driving. There could be a problem with the fuel pump, a bad spark plug, or even a loose battery cable.
Very doubtful, NASA has no official plans for a Voyager 3 mission so far, and I doubt they ever will. If they ever do launch Voyager 3, it won't be for a while.