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.
5w30 or 10w30
The last Plymouth was in 2001. The Chrysler/Dodge 3.3L V6 holds 5 quarts of oil.
No the bell housings won't match each other.
.the heater core is behind the dash .
Don't know the coolant capacity for your specific model year. I have a 1990 Grand Voyager 3.3L. The coolant capacity as specified in my owner manual is 8.5 qts. The Hanes manual lists the coolant capacity for this 1999 3.3 liter engine as 10.5 quarts. Incredibly the owners manual does not list the coolant capacity. Shame on you Chrysler company.
Yes it will but the gear ratio will be a slight bit different.
if you get the same 3.3 engine, 1993 to a 1995 is all interchangable