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Key won't go back into the ignition
Hi. It sounds like either the key, lock cylinder or both got damaged. If you need further assistance, I recommend you have a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, inspect the ignition system on your vehicle and replace any damaged parts....
AC not workin
Hi. Many times when a vibration or shake throughout the vehicle occurs upon acceleration, it is because an engine component is intermittently contacting the subframe, firewall, or other component that are attached to the unibody. A failed engine mount can...
Car overheating
It appears you have a couple of things going on with your Chrysler. The engine code P0420 indicates that the catalytic converter is not efficiently doing its job of reducing toxins from the exhaust gases. In some extreme cases, the...
Suspect belt or pump bearing
I believe that you are on the right track. Either of these would in fact cause the noise you describe. I would recommend asking for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic. They can come to you and diagnose...
Car leaks gas
Determining where the fuel leak is coming from is important. Gasoline in vapor form is very explosive. The vapors can easily travel and linger. If they happen to make their way to an area of the engine where sparks occur...
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.
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,...
What's the name of this hose nobody seems to know or mention even in Google?
The hose you are referring to would be the bypass hose. It is very possible that plymouth may have a different name for the hose but the typical name for this hose is the bypass hose. This hose allows coolant...
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...
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...
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...
Rattling on startup
Thanks for writing in about your 2000 Voyager Plymouth. You may have problems with your exhaust catalyst rattling inside the exhaust. When the substrate starts to break up inside, they will rattle inside the housings. As the exhaust heats up,...
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...
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...
Starter issues
Hello. Thanks for writing in about your 2000 Plymouth Voyager. The starter should have two wires going to it. The brown one will operate the starter solenoid on the starter to allow the large red wire at the starter to...
Car stalled while driving
You likely have a crankshaft position sensor issue. Other problems that may exist include a faulty fuel pump or an an occurring vacuum leak. I would have a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come to your home or...
Where is the fuel filter location? It is spitting and sputtering, backfires. Like either not running on enough fire or something
I'd suggest having the vehicle checked for correct fuel pressure. The filter is located in the tank and on the pump. Another possibility is that you're having an issue with Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF). It would need to be tested...
Noises coming from Ignition/Steering Column
This sounds like something is failing inside your steering column. Steering columns are very complex. There are both electrical components and mechanical components that will interact together in bad ways when things begin to break. The fact that the starter...
Will my technician bring a plug in battery charger?
Hi Amelia! It is not guaranteed that all of our mechanics carry this tool with them to every appointment. Therefore, having your battery jumped by the mechanic may make more sense in a situation such as this at the...
My engine started up but suddenly died/stopped. Changed battery but still won't start.
Hi, thanks for writing in. This may be a variety of potential issues and may be difficult to pinpoint without additional information or without physically inspecting the car. One of our expert mechanics can certainly inspect your engine for you...

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