1998 Plymouth Voyager 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 98000 miles
I have a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso and I noticed that my vehicle makes a very soft clicking and groaning noise when I turn the wheel completely to the left. I checked the power steering fluid level after driving for about 8 miles and noticed that the level was below the "Hot" mark. I am suspecting that that is what is causing the noise. Why did the steering fluid level go down? Is it okay if I fill it up to the proper level using fluid from Strauss Auto that is compatible with my vehicle, but not the same brand as the remaining fluid in the steering fluid compartment?
I also have two more questions. I just had the PCM, Camshaft sensor and Crankshaft sensor in my vehicle replaced by the service dealer at Chrysler. It was a very expensive repair, and I want to know how I would go about preventing damage to the PCM and sensors in the future? Is there anything I should avoid doing that would damage those parts?
Finally, I have wiper blades that make noise and don't smoothly wipe the rain water when it rains. I asked the dealer and it said that the wiper arms are fine. They told me to replace the blades. I did that once before, but it still didn't clean smoothly after replacement. How can I fix this problem?
Please help. Thanks!
have the same problem?
Thursday, August 20th, 2009 AT 7:16 PM