Why would the temperature on a 1993 Plymouth Voyager 30 go up when parking and not when driving?
Because when your moving, air is moving at the radiator, cooling it down, thus cooling your coolant down, thus cooling your motor temperature down causing the coolant temperature sensor to pick up a lower reading and relaying it to the gauge. Depending on how high it is in "Park" you may have poor circulation, a broken or missing fan shroud, weak water pump impellers, low coolant, inactive coolant fans or a bad fan clutch.
Sadly, I'm answering my own question. What I did was cut the cable 6" from the brake drum. Important note: the parking brake cable NOT the brake line. After I cut the cable I removed the 6" section of cable and the spring from inside the drum, then sprayed a liberal amount of PB Blaster which allowed the brake to release. Now my P.O.S. drives again. For now....
What could be causing the dash lights to flicker dim and die in a 96 Plymouth Voyager when exterior and other interior lights still work?
If you are pulling out of parking lot and someone is driving in a parking lot a little fast and hit you whose fault is it?
the turn signal switch sends current to the turn signal flasher. it then goes to the bulb. The turn signal switch will turn on the turn signal and when the brake is applied it cancels out the brake light as it is a duel element bulb. 1 element is for brake and turn and the other is for parking lights. you can not have a blinker and a constant feed to the same element of…
Parking tickets do not go on your driving record. Only moving violations will apply. However, if you don't pay the tickets your registration will not be renewed, then you could get a ticket for driving a vehicle with expired tags, which is also not a moving violation but if you don't pay it then they'll issue a warrant for your arrest and that will affect your record.