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 How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Plymouth Voyager?

Answer Minivans are great for hauling cargo or passengers and have comfortable and smooth rides. But after 60,000 miles under normal driving conditions, you need to replace the shocks and struts to keep t... Read More »
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How to Check Shock Absorbers or Macpherson Struts in a Plymouth Voyager?

Your shocks are part of the Macpherson strut assembly on your Plymouth Voyager and they are a major part of your suspension system. The Macpherson assembly contains a telescopic coil spring with a ... Read More »
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How to Replace the Fan in a Plymouth Voyager?

Your Plymouth Voyager has an electrically operated engine cooling fan. While the procedure to replace the engine cooling fan in a Plymouth Voyager is slightly more complicated than in other vehicle... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Plymouth Voyager?

When it's time to replace the tie rods of the Plymouth Voyager, you can sense it. The steering won't feel quite right. Although the steering system is often an area best left to a professional mech... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Plymouth Voyager?

When your Plymouth Voyager doesn't track straight any more, even after an alignment, then it's time to replace the tie rod ends. Thanks to their relationship between the steering knuckles and the w... Read More »
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