here is a nice diagram of the routing ( http://autorepair.about.com/library/illustrations/bl869a-lib.htm ) The page says New Yorker but its the same engine ( I think). I also read somewhere else that its easier to change it ( I assume that's what you plan on doing, why else would you want to know this) if you remove the alternator. My dad and I plan on replacing the belt on his '94 Voyager so I'll update you on how it goes.
www.autozone.com look for specs and or parts location
there should be an automatic tentioner on the serp. if not look at the alt it will have slotted holes to loosen up
serpentine belt routing diagram for 1994 dodge spirit
The 1994 Plymouth Voyager will hold approximately 20 gallons of gas. The car gets 18 miles per gallon in the city.
According to Gates ( they make timing belts etc. ) the 3.0 L - V6 in a 1994 Plymouth Voyager is NOT an interference engine
1994-1995 Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town and Country, and Plymouth Voyager only with the same engine.
follow it from the intake to the foot pedal
on the alternator
It is under the hood, on the driver side
Go to Rockauto. com and look up the part # on them. You do have the same size motor in both vehicles?
Loose, or worn out.
Mine gets about 23 mpg
The fuse box location, on your 1994 Plymouth grand Voyager, is located in the engine compartment, near the battery. The fuse box will be on the drivers side of the engine compartment. There is also one under the dash on the driver side.
The related link below gives the trouble codes for a 1995 grand voyager.
Not sure which of "the" bolts you are referring to. But every one I can think of on a voyager is right hand thread.
Pop the hood and its right there... its the thing with the cap, and a upper and lower hose on it.
to the best of my knowledge, there is no such switch
Anti-lock Braking System. -mj
Single zone is 36 ounces. Dual zone is 52 ounces.
Please provide engine & tranny info, then maybe someone can help you with this.