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Isit normal for my car to shift between 2000 RPMs and 3000 rpms
Hello, thanks for writing in about your Chrysler Voyager. The shift RPMs will be higher if you are further down on the throttle on faster acceleration. Shifting between 2000 and 3000 is normal.
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Can you help me with this high pitch squeal before I find a cliff?
Remove the serpentine belt (as well as other belts - but ONE at a time so you can isolate the component) and turn the engine on (do NOT run engine long, just enough to do test). By removing the belt,...
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Transmission trouble shifting -1998 Plymouth Voyager
Hello. Try replacing the transmission control relay in main junction box. This is a possible cause of the code P1768. The P0700 code should not pertain to your vehicle and may be an erroneous code. I would try the relay...
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Oil in the water
If you open the oil cap and see a white moisture on the top of it, you may have a head gasket cracked. A block test should be performed to verify a head gasket crack. If you would like to...
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Grinding sounds when driving over a speed bump
Hey there, thanks for writing in about your 2000 Plymouth Voyager. There is a technical service bulletin to check the sway bar links connected to the front struts. The joints start to bind and can cause squeaks, grunts, and groans...
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AC belt makes squealing noise
The belt on your 2000 Plymouth Voyager is used by the engine to turn the A/C pulley along with the water pump, power steering pump, and other accessories. Any one of these items could be the cause of the belt...
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Van jerked with a clunking sound, transmission fluid leaked
The transmission may have blown out the front pump seal where the torque converter goes into the transmission. This can be due to the transmission front pump bushing is bad or another problem. You have both axle seals that may...
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My belt fell off, and after putting it back on, it is squealing. Do I need to replace the belt?
If the belt came off on its own, then you most likely have a tensioner that is not putting tension on the belt to keep it on. Have the tensioner checked and replaced if it is broken or lacks tension,...
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I would like to know if the tps sensor can affect the transmission shift.
Hi there. Sounds like the transmission range selector sensor is failing. Check the harness to the range selector on the transmission shifter located on the housing of the transmission. Visually look at the sensor and see if its broken or...
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Oil light comes on only when I'm stopped at a light
Hi and thanks for contacting YourMechanic. The oil pressure sensor has either a loose connection or the sensor is contacts inside it has corrosion on it. Look at the wires to the oil pressure sensor and make sure that they...
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My car's engine runs rough at idle - 2001 Chrysler Voyager
Hi there. From what you've described/shown, it seems that the mechanic put the timing belt back on one tooth off. If all of a sudden the engine is not running correctly and the vacuum has dropped, then a valve is...
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Bad idle with no check engine light on
Greetings, I'm sorry to hear about your sister. A rough idle may be caused by many different things such as low fuel pressure, low voltage to the fuel injectors, dirty fuel injectors, a vacuum leak, a faulty Oxygen sensor or...
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When I put my van into drive or reverse it doesn't move. But while in drive or reverse if I rev up the engine it will start to go
Hi There, This may be a sign of low transmission fluid or a faulty transmission control solenoid. As you know, automatic transmissions use pressurized hydraulic fluid to change gears. Every time a gear change is required, the car's computer activates...
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Fuel pressure low - 1991 Plymouth Voyager
Hi there. If the fuel pump pressure is lower than it should be, it may impact the vehicle's ability to start and run efficiently. However, 3 lbs. shouldn't be the only item that may be faulty on your Voyager. You...
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My car overheated i believe and was jerky
Hello. It sounds like you have a serious overheating issue. If the engine is losing coolant this fast then there is a serious issue. I usually check the cooling system for any eternal leaks first and if the issue is...
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key will not turn in ignition. steering wheel is locked. do I call mechanic or locksmith
Hi there: Thanks for writing into YourMechanic.com. The truth is that you should always defer to a professional mobile mechanic to inspect and repair your ignition lock cylinder issue. However, before you begin to worry that something may be faulty...
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Voyager turns over after overheating but won't start
Overheating can damage the engine coolant temperature sensor which is an important sensor at start up because it sends a signal to the PCM to enrich the mixture. Overheating can also damage the cooling system thermostat although a damaged thermostat...
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Oil pressure light comes on when stopped
Hi Matt. Thanks for contacting us today. I would agree with your assessment of a faulty oil pump or even a faulty sensor. The damaged main bearing would likely cause consistent oil pressure issues, so I think you can rule...
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Abs+brake warning at engine start
When you first start the vehicle the systems lights should come on and then go out. This is the system doing a self test. If there was a problem then one or both lights would stay on. As far as...
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Grinding noise when shifting from parking to reverse and it does not want to drive also
What you are describing is often a sign of low transmission fluid or a faulty transmission control solenoid. As you know, automatic transmissions use pressurized hydraulic fluid to change gears. Every time a gear change is required, the car's computer...

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