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07-28-02, 12:54 PM   #1  
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voyager schematic

Is there a web page that has a schematic for a voyager? Right now I've put all my extra cash into repairs so I don't have the money for a chiltons or haynes.

 
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07-28-02, 10:44 PM   #2  
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A Haynes manual costs less than a tank of gasoline. If you can't afford THAT, you won't be going anywhere even if you manage to fix the problem!

 
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07-28-02, 10:51 PM   #3  
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haynes

If you want to be sarcastic about my problems then fine, gasoline is budgeted and the haynes and or chiltons is not budgeted. I thank you for your kind reply tho.

 
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07-29-02, 10:36 AM   #4  
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what schematic are you looking for im a tech at a dodge dealer and what kinda problem are you having?

 
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07-29-02, 11:07 AM   #5  
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Check the link in my signature file (the autolibrary.org one) below for free service manual information. It is pretty good. Depending on what schematic you need, it should be there. By the way, the year and specifics of the vehicle/problem would be a help too.

Barring that, your local library should have some copies of repair manuals you can borrow for free. Sharpen up your library card and head there if the autolibrary thing is no help.

Barring that....

Newsflash: I agree with Knuckles. If you can't afford 15 bucks for a Haynes manual or a Chilton, you cannot afford to drive a vehicle. If you are going to do anything on a vehicle, the right information is key to doing it right. If you cannot afford this tool if you wind up having to buy it, taking public transit is a cheaper option.

 
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07-29-02, 04:27 PM   #6  
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ok

I guess I am not as rich as some people. Right now I just got married, moved out of state and got a new job so I will be short on money for a month. I have money budgeted for food and gas and rent and thats it. I am trying to fix my only transportation on as little as possible so I don't really appriciate the comments on my financial situation. I do appriciate the info on where I could get the schematics. My van is a 1993 plymouth grand voyager. The air doesn't work even tho it was just recharged plus my electric assist booster doesn't work so I want to eliminate the wiring before I am forced to go without food.

 
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07-29-02, 04:29 PM   #7  
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I drove the same car in graduate school as I am still driving today and it's 18 years old now . I also worked three jobs at one time and didn't have a weekend free for 7 straight years.

With that being said, you were given two sources for free data. You need to investigate those first and let us know what you find.

 
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07-29-02, 10:42 PM   #8  
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Pardon me sir, but you posted here asking for diagrams for your Voyager. No model year, no engine size, no description of the problem, not even a hint as to what area of the van the suspect circuits might be located.

The very first message at the top of this forum is labeled Announcement: Before posting, please read!

Apparently you did NOT read it or you simply disregarded its message.

We don't mind helping people...we do it for free every day. We DO however need to know SPECIFICALLY what you're working on & what information and/or help you'd like. We also do not feel it is our responsibility to do your homework for you. The web is full of FREE information, but it takes some work to find it. If you're as money (or lack thereof) motivated as you claim to be, you should be willing to invest the time necessary to find the information. Joe_F provided you with a link to one possible source & suggested the public library as another.


I have access to the information you need, but it would take all day for me to upload the entire schematic for your van using a dial-up modem. I don't have that kind of time to give, nor do I have enough web space to store all those images. It would then take you about 1 week to sort through the hundreds of pages & try to make sense of them. THAT'S why I suggested a CHEAP Haynes manual. The Haynes a/c system diagram is 2 printed pages. It's MUCH easier to follow than Chrysler's OEM diagrams.

Click here for the a/c schematics.


What exactly are you talking about when you say your "electric assist booster" isn't working?? Are you talking about the ABS motor?

More FREE information is available at http://www.allpar.com. You might also want to put a search engine like http://www.google.com to work for you.

 
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07-30-02, 03:52 AM   #9  
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Major:

Once again, you have been provided with free information which would easily cost you a 75 dollar repair bill (If the guy in the dealer has to spend time looking it up) at a repair shop.

I even learned something (allpro.com) by reading his post. And, Knuckles was the one that provided us with autolibrary.org as well, of which I made part of my signature file for all to see.

As Knuckles said, you have quite a bit of homework to do before you can go any further and ask for help. Your description originally was vague at best and should have gotten the "See the top of the forum's page for posting guidelines" standard answer.

Trust me, I answer every post. It is MAJORLY frustrating to waste time to repeat myself, not mention a waste of time to all involved.

So, check out the sources provided and get back to us with specifics.

Considering the attitude you've shown, I think we've been patient and have gone the extra mile for you. Now you must do it for us.

 
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07-30-02, 06:47 AM   #10  
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voyager

I apologize and thank you.

 
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