Between $40 - $60 seems typical. The actual cost will depend on specifics of your vehicle, such as which engine it has.
Codes for a 1998 Plymouth Voyager can be reset, by a diagnostic code scanner, or by disconnecting the battery. If the code is still showing up, after work has been done on the vehicle to fix the code problem, the vehicle may need to go into a car dealership to ensure there are not other problems ...
P0300 = random misfire. Could be as simple as needing a tune up.
A multi axle truck, refers in most occurrences, to a type of trailer that is being pulled behind a semi. In some instances a semi may be pulling one trailer behind it and other times it may be pulling two trailers. On each trailer there are two axles which attach to the tires. So if you see a sig...
There are two screwed into the exhaust on the rear of the engine.
no, at least not normally, if it does your cooalant temp. sensor is prob, shot and it is located near your upper rad hose where it contacts the engine.
Try using a fuel with a different octane level, and make sure it does not contain a blend of ethenol. Fuels blended with ethenol seem to burn hotter than others and therefore can cause a vapor lock in the fuel system which may be causing your vehicle to die in warmer weather.
When routing a new serpentine belt, make note of how the old belt was routed. Take a picture of the belt routing if possible. Also most cars have a sticker under the hood with the routing on it.
use a flat tip screw driverAnd as you have not detailed the engine I will have to recommend you purchase a service manual or borrow one from your local library.I prefer the Chilton brand manuals
Could be a very dirty fuel filter. Could also be a damaged catalytic converter or a restricted exhaust such as a bent or crushed exhaust pipe.
You should only have a 2-digit code. Here is a link to the entire list: A "41" indicates "charging system excess or no field circuit." Good luck.
If your 1990 Grand Plymouth Voyager cuts out and dies for not reason, but starts after a couple times of cranking, the starter might be going out. You can have the starter tested.
IGNITION MODULE OR COIL/DISTRIBUTOR
On my 1990 Voyager, the transmission has a "safe," or "limp" mode. If something is wrong with the trans, it will not shift out of second gear. This is supposedly to allow you to drive to the repair shop at a reduced speed.
on this vehicle, there is no drain on the pan, unless you have a suck gun, or a tank that removes fluid with a hose, you will have to remove the pan with the fluid. to remove the pan, have a drain pan to catch the fluid. you will need a 10mm socket and rachet with an extention, you will also need...
It should be located at the rear of the vehicle, attached to the frame rail near the fuel tank, you will have to use fuel connector release tool to free the hoses, but not before you have relieved the pressure on the line. You can then undo the strap holding the filter on and swap out the new one...