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  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager 2.4 L4 GAS, CC:2429, CID:148, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:148, Engine VIN:, Desg:B
  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 V6 GAS, CC:2972, CID:181, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:181, Engine VIN:, Desg:3
  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.3 V6 GAS, CID:201, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:201, Engine VIN:, Desg:R
  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.3 V6 FLEX, CID:201, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:201, Engine VIN:, Desg:G
  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.8 V6 GAS, CID:230, Fuel Injection, Aspiration:230, Engine VIN:, Desg:L
  • 1998 Plymouth Voyager L ELECTRIC, Engine VIN:, Desg:8

BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Power Brake Units -> Description
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.3 V6 GAS

These self contained vacuum hydraulic power braking units are of the vacuum suspended type. They use engine intake manifold vacuum or a vacuum pump along with atmospheric pressure for their power, eliminating the need for a vacuum reservoir. A mechanically operated control valve, with integral vacuum power diaphragms, controls the degree of brake application or release depending on amount of foot pressure applied to...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Anti-lock Brakes -> Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager -> Troubleshooting
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager 2.4 L4 GAS

Brake system troubleshooting procedures are limited to the basic brake syste...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Hydraulic Brake Systems -> Diagnosis & Testing -> Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager -> Combination Valve Test -> Fixed Proportioning Valve Test -> Height Sensing Proportioning Valve Test -> Master Cylinder/Power Booster Test -> Power Booster Check Valve Test -> Power Booster Vacuum Test -> Pressure Differential Switch -> PT Cruiser
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.3 V6 GAS

Master Cylinder/Power Booster Test

  • Start engine and inspect booster vacuum hose connections for leaks.
  • Stop engine and shift transmission into neutral.
  • Pump brake pedal until all vacuum reserve in booster is depleted.
  • Press and hold brake pedal under light foot pressure. Pedal should hold firm. If it falls away master cylinder is faulty.
  • Start engine and note pedal action. Pedal should fall away slightly under light foot pressure, then hold firm.
  • If no pedal action is felt, the power booster, vacuum supply or vacuum check valve are faulty. Proceed to "Power Booster Vacuum Test."
  • If p...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Disc Brakes -> Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager -> Brake Pad Service -> Front -> Installation -> Rear -> Removal
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.0 V6 GAS

Front

Removal
  • Raise and support vehicle.
  • Remove front wheel and tire assemblies.
  • Remove two caliper-to-knuckle attaching bolts, then remove caliper by sliding away from adapter and lifting off rotor, Fig. . Support caliper firmly to prevent weight of caliper from damaging flexible hose.
  • Remove outboard pad by prying pad retaining clip over raised area of caliper, then sliding pad down and off of caliper.
  • Pull inboard pad away from caliper piston, until springs release from piston.
Installation
  • Check piston seal for leaks and for ruptures in piston dust boot. Replace all seals, boots o...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Disc Brakes -> Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager -> Brake Pad Service -> Front -> Installation -> Rear -> Removal
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager 3.3 V6 GAS

Front

Removal
  • Raise and support vehicle.
  • Remove front wheel and tire assemblies.
  • Remove two caliper-to-knuckle attaching bolts, then remove caliper by sliding away from adapter and lifting off rotor, Fig. . Support caliper firmly to prevent weight of caliper from damaging flexible hose.
  • Remove outboard pad by prying pad retaining clip over raised area of caliper, then sliding pad down and off of caliper.
  • Pull inboard pad away from caliper piston, until springs release from piston.
Installation
  • Check piston seal for leaks and for ruptures in piston dust boot. Replace all seals, boots o...

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BRAKE SERVICE PROCEDURES FOR 1998 Plymouth Voyager AUTOMOBILES

Includes anti-lock brakes, disc, drum, power and hydraulic brake services diagnostics and procedures for domestic and imported 1998 Plymouth Voyager cars and light trucks from 1990+.

Hydraulic Brake Systems -> Diagnosis & Testing -> Caravan, Town & Country & Voyager -> Combination Valve Test -> Fixed Proportioning Valve Test -> Height Sensing Proportioning Valve Test -> Master Cylinder/Power Booster Test -> Power Booster Check Valve Test -> Power Booster Vacuum Test -> Pressure Differential Switch -> PT Cruiser
Vehicle: 1998 Plymouth Voyager L ELECTRIC

Master Cylinder/Power Booster Test

  • Start engine and inspect booster vacuum hose connections for leaks.
  • Stop engine and shift transmission into neutral.
  • Pump brake pedal until all vacuum reserve in booster is depleted.
  • Press and hold brake pedal under light foot pressure. Pedal should hold firm. If it falls away master cylinder is faulty.
  • Start engine and note pedal action. Pedal should fall away slightly under light foot pressure, then hold firm.
  • If no pedal action is felt, the power booster, vacuum supply or vacuum check valve are faulty. Proceed to "Power Booster Vacuum Test."
  • If p...

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