2002 Chrysler Voyager LX 3.3 from North America
I am disappointed that I have to keep taking this car back for repairs
The rear speakers vibrate and make noise. They replaced one speaker and one panel cover. I still have noise when you any base at all.
I also had the lower left control arm replaced from making noise. I still have noise and must take it back again.
I love the car ,I do not like the noisy speakers or the steering problems.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 2nd May, 2002
I have had the same problems. I have taken our Voyager to the dealership three times for the same problem. It all started with the power steering recall. Since then they have replaced the hoses three times and put a new power steering pump on. The noise stops for about two weeks and then you hear the obnoxious roaring sound again every time you turn the steering wheel and when you're sitting still.
Wow I also own a voyager and it is a 1998, it has 750000 km on the original motor. I was disappointed to see the body computer fail at 500000km, but really you do not need the speedometer or the gas gauge so far this van has paid for itself 10x over, but when I try to trade it off it has no resale value just my own praise that I am lucking it was not put together on a monday or friday.
I have a 2002 Voyager and am having the same roaring sound as well as a general "klunking" (for lack of a better word). It comes and goes, but mainly stays. It seems worse when I hit a bump. Have taken it to 2 dealers who say they don't know what is causing it. I had the struts replaced ($700.00) to no avail. Everyone with this problem should contact Chyrsler. They know already there is an issue, but are not putting much manpower into it yet - we need to let them know we are not isolated cases so they will look further into it and possibly do another recall.