Engine Mechanical problem
2002 Chrysler Grand Voyager V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 35000 miles
First we had a wiring problem with the Chrysler Grand Voyager. Then the diagnostic lights came on again and the car was burning black smoke. Chrysler dealer did diagnostic again for £70 and advised the new problem may be fuel injector wiring or fuel injector. We bought and installed fuel injector but the local garage fitting say thats not the problemn and that oil has got into injectors which they believe to be from the O-Rings? My local garage doing the work whom I trust greatly say it may be worth replacing engine rather than trying to replace O-Rings? Is this an acceptable answer. Is it that difficult to replace O-Rings and also as a matter of fact is the burning of oil likely to be the O-Rings?
have the same problem?
Thursday, February 25th, 2010 AT 6:31 AM