i had the exact same problem with our 91 voyager, i cleaned the battery terminals and the problem went away immediately
A transmission that is sticking would cause a 1997 Plymouth Grand Voyager to die after shifting it into gear. A problem with the ignition system could also cause this.
I had the same problem with my 96 Grand Voyager. When the transmission has a problem it will lock in first gear as not to leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere. There are electronics in the transmission and sensors that have detected a problem. I hate to say this but the transmission has to be rebuilt or changed.
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.
I had this same problem with my 96 Voyager. It ended up being the timing cover which is expensive if you have a shop do it but to do it your self saves you about $400!
You should get this checked with a special machine that will read a code claiming the error for such problem.
My 92 Voyager is doing this exact same thing. The problem with mine is the ignition switch...apparently a common problem with these vehicles. Currently trying to install a remote starter.
i had the same problem i just cut one of the wires leading to the switch that was causing the problem
Disconnect positive battery terminal for approximately 10 minutes. If there is really no problem, light will not stay lit after start up. You will lose clock settings. I did this when mine came on and reported DTC 55 which is just an "end of list" indicator.
sounds like the clock spring is shot Take it in for service, the airbag system is not for diy'rs.
This code indicates a problem with the vehicle speed sensor. Check the wiring and if it is good replace the vehicle speed sensor.
It is the turn switch in the colomn. Replace the switch and the prob will be solved.
they are generally decent vans but i would recommend getting a ford minivan since the problem with Chrysler vans is that their axles suck.
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.
Assuming it is screeching in the area of the belt and pulleys, my problem was that the belt tensioner had seized and needed to be replaced. Noise problem was solved.
The problem is most likely the clockspring. Go to this link it will tell you what to do. http://www.automotive.com/1997/49/plymouth/voyager/recalls/38659.html
Yes ... my Chrysler Voyager use 215-70-15. i want to use 215-75-15 , not sure if it would be a problem.ANS 2 -I have used 215/75 R 15 on my Voyager with no problem. However I am now using 215/65 R 15 as the road holding is far better.
well after endless hours on the internet and countless calls to parts stores i am able to answer my own question and hopefully anyone else that might have the same problem. the ingiton control module for a 1995 Plymouth voyager 3.0 is located inside the distrubtor. thanks to anyone who tried to help.
Check the fuel pump relay, fuel pump, and filter.
i had the same fault with my 1996 dodge Plymouth, 3.3 litre engine. i replaced the crankshaft sensor and viola problem was resolved.
bad tensioner, replace the belt tensioner/pulley. I had the same problem.
Codes for a 1998 Plymouth Voyager can be reset, by a diagnostic code scanner, or by disconnecting the battery. If the code is still showing up, after work has been done on the vehicle to fix the code problem, the vehicle may need to go into a car dealership to ensure there are not other problems causing a wrong code to show up.
Often this is the connection to the clutch on the compressor.
Check the tire balance. Check the tie rod ends, ball joints, and wheel bearings. Any of these could be the problem.
can be a short in the ASD relay direct current from the battery to red white wire on ASD relay could solve the problem then you must find the short