Well, it is normal for older vehicles to develop some leaks (small) and for most cars to burn oil (1/2 qt every three months). However, it sounds like you should really talk to your oil changer and ask them what oil they are using and what the old oil looks like. If it has water, coolant, or has a big leak you need to look at repair/replacement.
code 41 -1993 Plymouth voyager - Alternator Circuit
A Plymouth Voyager does not have a maf sensor.
A 1993 Plymouth Voyager does not have a cabin filter.
A 1993-1995 Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town and Country, or Plymouth Voyager would be the same.
a voyager doesn't use an inertia switch
You can find a vacuum line diagram for a 1993 Plymouth Voyager in the owner's manual. You can also find it at various auto stores.
The towing capacity for the 1993 Plymouth Voyager is about 2000 pounds. This varies somewhat depending on the model purchased.
It is in the fuel tank.
1993-1995 with the same engine, A Dodge Caravan from the same years will also fit.
buy a book.
It is computer controled and not adjustable.
5w30 or 10w30
The fuel pump on a 1993 Plymouth is inside the fuel tank. The fuel tank is removed to access.
Inside the engine computer.
Go to Rockauto. com and look up the part # on them. You do have the same size motor in both vehicles?
it does go in there
A 3.8L v6 should bolt right in.
Could use this today I am dorpping ,tankWhat fuse or relay controls fuel pump 1993 voyager where's it located
It is under the housing where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.
Bad gauge or stuck float in tank
check for unhooked vacuum lines