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1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager Repair Histories

19 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager. 7 of these members (36.8%) have reported repairs for their car. A total of 20 repairs to 1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyagers--an average of 1.1 per vehicle--have been reported.

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Percentage of 1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager repairs by problem area

Chart based on 20 repairs.

1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager repair cost distribution

Chart based on 9 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager

Engine not specified

Plymouth in Alabama, United States
Jun 2012 - Jul 2012
Jul 2012 US $18 Temperature Sending unit was not working properly. Did not allow PCM to turn on cooling fans, causing engine to overheat, but temp gauge showed normal temp. 
Plymouth in New Jersey, United States
Feb 2014 - Feb 2014
Feb 2014 US $1650 Head gasket blew. Car did not overheat. Replaced water pump at time of repair seepage detected.. 106500 miles at time of repair 
Plymouth in Alabama, United States
Mar 2011 - Apr 2013
Jul 2011 US $250 went into limp mode 
Apr 2013   Transmission would not shift 
Plymouth in Florida, United States
Dec 2011 - Jul 2012
Jan 2012   leak in the front seal was fixed. the belt tensioner pulley was replaced along with a new belt 
Apr 2012 US $100 replaced A/C condenser 

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1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager 4-door

6-cylinder automatic 2WD

Plymouth in Minnesota, United States
Jun 2009 - Jun 2011
Jul 2010 US $1300 Front pads and rotors. electrical parts (replaced the instrument cluster, air bag clock spring & turn signal switch) 
Jun 2011   Replaced two tires and aligned. Also had a repair cap placed on the strut tower as it was rusting out (engine compartment next to the battery) 
Plymouth in Ontario, Canada
Mar 2011 - Jul 2013
Nov 2011   Instrument panel was not working. No Speedo, Tach, fuel gauge, instruments did not light up at all. Mechanic gave engine a rev, then literally hit the panel with his hand, and the problem was solved within 3 seconds. 
Jul 2013   Gas pump was making a whining noise. Problem was solved when gas pump fuse was replaced 

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1998 Plymouth Voyager / Grand Voyager

4-cylinder automatic 2WD

Plymouth in Ohio, United States
Jul 2008 - Dec 2013
Aug 2008 US $800 Drive shaft on drivers side snapped in half. Repair shop has seen this many time before. Rusted through one inch diameter shaft at rubber balancing anti vibration fitting which holds in the moisture. Road trip on vacation the air conditioning compressor locked-up solid burning off the serpentine belt. Both items replaced and van picked up after vacation. On trip home, air stopped working again. Our local repair shop added more freon and all is well. 
Aug 2011   Few years back, the ac froze up and burned the belt off. Shop repaired but did not find a leak in the heat exchanger. Second shop recharged freon and added dye, I found leak. I added $30/3oz leak repair + 3x$20/12oz freon. So far so good. 
Oct 2011   replaced ground lead going to battery 
Nov 2011   Loss of coolant, but no hole found. Suspect Head Gasket (repaired 2 times 80,000 miles ago). After coolant flush (and Head Gasket seal solution) found radiator hole. New radiator and hoses. Runs good for last month. (Belt is squeeking now.) 
Jul 2013   Alternator rebuilt. Dashboard electrical failure. While driving, dash seems to go dead. May come back and work again. Usually works when car is started. Replaced wires to battery. Did not repair problem. 

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