Having problems with your 1996 Plymouth Voyager ?

I have a 96 Plymouth Voyager Mom Mobile that has been leaking oil for years - she has a hard 161K miles on her and I just want to keep her going until tax refund time. All of a sudden she gone from 2 qt a week to 4, the steering wheel and floor have notible vibrations - more as accelerating. I also noticed today that there is a black residue on the R Front hubcap. The tires are good, only about 6m old. Any idea for the cheapest fix?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-02-2021

Answers :

Use stop leak oil additive and heavier oil.vibration and
\015\012residue sounds like wheel bearing grease,your R front wheel bearing could be shot causing both conditions
If it's a 4 cyl transverse(side-ways )engine in the van, go to the junk yard and get a used one to get you by till tax time
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