Good Luck with yours.
OK well i have a 93 voyager 3.3l and i don't honestly know if they are located in the same place or not but on mine the egr valve is located right on top of the engine to the back right of it. if u look the egr valve says it right on there i didn't know that at first either but when i found it out i kinda felt dumb cause its right on the side of the part.
Everything is set by the computer. If its not idleing right it is probably a throttle body sensor or a idle control sensor or a number of other things. You need to have it hooked up to the computer to check the codes.
you need to press them in.if you put your ball joints in the freezer overnight they will shrink.Then heat up your a- arm with a torch and use a jack to pop the frozen ball joints in
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On the bottom front passanger side, near side of radiotor - I have a 94, but it's probably the same. There are two horns, one on the left, the other on the right. You have to remove the mud guards that are right in front of the wheels and right behind the bumper. They are a pain to get to and work with.
For most newer vehicles this is normal. It puts unnecessary wear on an engine to rev it high in park/neutral.
You can't service the lower ball joints by themselves. You must replace the entire lower control arm.
Let me guess you have a service engine soon light on and the computer is saying it's your Oxygen sensors. Oxygen sensers are normally located on the exhaust pipe, within 12 inches of the exhaust manifold, you will probably have to get underneath the van to see them. I think it's just emissions stuff nothing real important
thir is on the hot wire that is conected to the startter and one that runs off relays behind right head light and one behind fues box in dash
i would check the harmonic balancer the rubber seal on it probably has come off and you need to lift up the engine to get to it check your oil level... if its low then that could be your problem, if its not low then it could be one of a few things. best case senario, its low oil, worst case, rod knock if your oils fine and it keeps getting worse...have a mechanic look at it.
I am pretty sure that it is computer controlled. There is probably an input to the computer that is out of whack. There may be a code stored it the computer that may elude to the problem. If an input like a mass air flow sensor or crankshaft sensor is going bad, it will report false data to the ECM and it will make an incorrect adjustment that will flood or starve the fuel/air mixture causing a stall. easier, try to clean or maybe change the IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE, located near the throttle body, where the air intake is, it's not difficult, it's attached with 2 bolts, then it's like a pintle with one spring, check the spring shape and replace the unit with a new one, this valve controls the air flow to your engine and if it goes bad , the RPMS are likely to be low and also stalling could occur right away when you start the engine or suddenly too
Well, the transmissions are interchangable, so your good there. But if you put a 3.3l in youll have to change the ECM because they have different settings for the 3.8 and 3.3. So if you change the ECM I think youll be ok. My email is RPplayer73@aol.com