How to troubleshoot the chrysler voyager | eHow UK

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Chrysler Grand Voyager

How to troubleshoot the chrysler voyager

by maya walker

The Chrysler is a minivan that features a V6 engine, automatic transmission and a liftgate door. You may experience problems with the van that basic troubleshooting. Basic can help save you the cost your mechanic to perform a task that is easily care of at home.

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your fuel level if Voyager makes a cranking when you turn the key, but it not start. If your fuel are low, add fuel and attempt to your car again.

Chrysler Grand Voyager

Check transmission fluid levels if you a ticking noise when your Chrysler Voyager. the bonnet and locate the transmission dipstick near the back of the Remove the dipstick and wipe it with a paper towel.

Place the dipstick all the way back in the Remove the dipstick again and for the level of fluid on the stick. If the fluid level is at or below the Low on the dipstick, place a funnel in the hole and pour in transmission

Replace the dipstick and lower the

Check the power steering in your Voyager if you hear a noise coming from engine while driving. the bonnet and locate the power reservoir on the left side of the If the fluid level does not the indicated line, clean the around the reservoir cap and remove it.

the power steering fluid in the until you reach the full

Check your brake if your brake pedal all the way to the floor when you press it. the bonnet and locate the brake reservoir near the back of the on the driver’s side. Clean the around the reservoir cap and open it.

the fluid level and add brake if needed. Use a funnel to add the fluid to spills. Replace the reservoir cap and the bonnet.

Replace blown fuses if you any electrical problems with the Electrical problems can include a horn or power locks are not working. Remove the fuse box from the Voyager’s dashboard.

The features a map showing the position of fuse. Locate the fuse for the component that is not working. the fuse and inspect it. If the metal that is visible inside the is separated, the fuse is blown. The is located between the two prongs on sides of the fuse.

Replace the fuse with one has the same numerical rating. the fuse box cover.

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