1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3 V6 from North America
Transmission died once and was replaced, and will need a new one again within the next 7000 miles.
Water pump had to be replaced.
Power window on the driver's side doesn't function properly.
Power locks don't always work.
Keys no longer work in the sliding door.
Goes through brake pads very quickly.
Starter had to be replaced.
Air conditioning o-rings had to be replaced.
Power steering doesn't function properly.
My sister in law had the same model of van... similar problems.
My dad had a friend with 2 of the same types of van... similar problems.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th December, 2000
1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3L.
Within 45K miles of easy, no load driving:
Brake pad blown - rotor trashed.
Break pads worn every 12K miles.
Serpentine belt tensioner seized.
Rear window motor dead.
Gas gauge infrequently doesn't work.
Transmission seals blown.
Incredible amount of rattles and squeaks.
Exhaust donut ring replaced 4 times.
EGR unit went dead.
Transmission went dead.
Out of 12 vehicles I've owned, I've never had any more problems than worn brake pads (after 30K miles or more) or a hole in the muffler. This is the most unreliable vehicle I've ever had, bar none. Service costs are incredible. I wish I'd never purchased it, and will evangelize all my friends to NEVER buy a Chrysler product - EVER!!!