The Intrepid is still in limbo and going to cost way too much to fix. The engine may be fine or not. The steering is still screwed, the heater core and Exhaust both leak and it needs a transmission mount. I'm going to leave this parked for while. In the meantime I have 1989 Plymouth Voyager with the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder with about 126,000 miles on it. This needs some work, but not the kind of work the Intrepid needs. At this point, it's still Mopar and better than no car.
I'm going to be fixing a wheel bearing, the temperature sensor and the lift struts in a couple days. Sorry for the audio. My camera is not the greatest.
Update: The bolts holding the driveplate to the torque converter snapped and there is no way to get these fixed without tearing everything apart. This happened while I was driving along the highway, and I had to have it towed home. I'm looking at $1000 (got an estimate) to get this fixed and this is not worth it. I don't have the means to do this major a repair either. I guess the Intrepid's getting worked on after all. Oh well.
Look at a Near Mint! 1990 Plymouth Voyager
Look at a very clean and low mileage chrysler mini van. This was the last
year for this body style.
I should have bought this one, instead i wound up buying a 1990 Grand Prix
Look at a 1995 Plymouth Voyager
Today i show another chrysler product a Derivative of the old Kcar
i couldnt get the hood open but im pretty sure it has the mitsubishi 3.0
v6, I am also sorry to report that since i made this video they junked this
Fabricating Minivan Airbag Mounts
Once I loaded my minivan with electrical tools and supplies it had a little
squat it the back end. There isn't room nor a frame to use the truck air
bag kits, so I just designed and fabricated my own.
My 1989 Plymouth Voyager
This is my 1989 Plymouth Voyager. From when I got her to now. Bumper still
needs to be painted.
More updated pic here
1989 Plymouth Voyager Custom
This is my 1989 Voyager. I've done all the custom work myself. The images
are from when I got her to now.
More updated pics here
1997 Plymouth Voyager Rallye $2,000.00
1997 Plymouth Voyager Rallye
Exterior Paint = Dark Green Metallic
Inerior = Grey with Black Trim
Engine = 3.3 Liter
Transmission = Automatic
Infinity Stereo = AM-FM-CD-Cassette
Speakers = 8
AC/Heat = Driver & Passenger Climate Control includes rear air
Power Seat, Mirrors, Door locks (Remote Key-less/Alarm)
Power Windows, Rear Power Ventilation windows
4 Captains Chairs including 3rd Row seat
Doors 4, Driver/Passenger + Two Rear Sliding Doors including a rear hatch
Average 21 MPG
Runs and Drives like new, 175K mileage.
Suspension Enhancement System Installation - 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today on this 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan we are going to install the Timbren
Suspension Enhancement system part number TDVRRT. For clarity we already
took off our tire and wheel and you see all suspension components right
here. What is going to happen is that Timbren component is going to
actually replace this part right here and to replace that part what is
going to happen is you are going to have to lower the axle itself, this
whole assembly, down a little bit so you can get the spring out. How we are
going to do that is we are going to first take off this bolt for shock
mount and let the whole axle assembly come down. Then also we are going to
undo this brake line here and the bracket underneath of it so it has plenty
of room to come down and not stress the brake lines. 00:39
1996-2000 Chrysler Minivans Blower Motor Replacement
This video includes the procedures on how to remove and replace a blower
motor in a 3rd generation Chrysler Minivan. There is no audio included in
this video. It is recommended to allow four hours for the procedure. The
actual installation procedure takes approximately one hour.
The blower motor and/or fan assembly can be purchased at your local auto
parts store. The total cost of parts is about $50-$90.