IT sounds like the Voyager could be losing power to the ignition circuits. Check the crank position sensor first. Make sure that the wiring connections are not loose or corroded.
catalytic converter,resonator,muffler and oxygen sensor
Check for a broken cv shaft, if not check trans fluid for debris.
Opel Vectra, Pontiac Vibe, Plymouth Voyager and Saturn Vue are car makes and models. They begin with the letter v.
Exhaust camshaft sensor signal and the intake camshaft sensor signal. Happened to my BMW few days ago.
Check the strut mountings Check springs and shocks they may be worn out
Noises are hard to diagnoise unless heard. Take it to a machanic.
The O2 sensor on a 2003 Cadillac Northstar engine is located in the exhaust manifold. The readings from this sensor are sent to the vehicle's computer, which makes constant adjustments to the fuel and air mixture.
try replacing your coolant temp/sensor $5.00
it is called a silencer which makes the exhaust less noisier
Plymouth is no longer manufactured. Previously, it was made by Chrysler Corp. (now DaimlerChrysler)
the exhaust pipes
Answer The air flow sensor send air to the various parts of an engine so that the engine doesn't bog down, doesn't burn black like a diesel engine. Gas engines are supposed to run smoothly and the exhaust pipe be a grayish color. The air flow sensor makes all this happen.
Plymouth is a place, which makes it a noun, a proper noun. Proper nouns are always capitalized.
No.. If anything it makes it slower if you do not have the right muffler or exhaust system on it.
it makes you exhaust louder or " meaner " and some say it causes an increase in horsepower
That is called condensation. When you start the engine the exhaust system/pipes are cold. When the heat from the engine exhaust passes through the exhaust it makes it sweat. That is normal.
Gates makes a kit that includes edged pulleys and tensioner. Worth the money but hard to get the belt on the things. http://www.carpartsdiscount.com/auto/parts/98/plymouth/grand_voyager/drive_belts/gates_anti_jump_serpentine_belt_drive_component_kit.html?3593=144825
it makes you go very fast!
When a weird noise comes from the exhaust after stepping on the gas pedal, it could mean that there is a hole in the exhaust pipe. Sometimes the exhaust pipe will rust and need to be replaced.
Dual exhaust systems increase capacity of the exhaust system and thus makes it easier for exhaust gasses to exit the combustion chamber. This can result in increased horsepower. However, dual exhaust is often used because the owner prefers a more "throaty" sound.