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2001 Plymouth Prowler - 1C3EW65G61V- Bakersfield, CA: March 5th, 2012
The contact owns a 2001 plymouth prowler. The contact stated that the mechanism which held the hood open failed and the hood dropped down onto his head. The failure recurred a total of five times. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer on four occasions and was repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and offered to assist with the repair costs. The vehicle was not repaired after the fifth failure. The failure mileage was 20. Updated 04/06/12*lj updated 05/31/12


1985 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2P4FH51G0FR- Des Moines, IA: January 9th, 2012
I experienced a power loss and subsequent shut off of the vehicle and upon opening the hood realized that the wiring harness had melted at a wiring junction drivers side under the hood at the fire wall. Something like 30pairs of wires are there. Covered in a cable jacket. Smoke was evident but no fire. I repaired the problem and it occurred again. As near as i can figure it out today it seems that there is a lot of electricity causing high amps and heat, yet no fuses were blown. A couple of years later i came across a mini van similar in age and style of mine. On fire, burning on the shoulder of the road of an interstate. At that point i knew i could not do anything with my van. I can not morally sell this death trap. If the nhtsb would like it they can contact me to get it. I can not be responsible for this thing to catch fire and kill some one. These must be destroyed.


2000 Plymouth Voyager - 2C4FJ25B5YR- Bridgewater, MA: October 4th, 2011
Driver's side upper strut tower sheet metal rusted through - passenger side strut tower, like new(no rust at all) many other like vehicle complaints found on internet search.


1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2P4GP24G6XR- Gladstone, OR: October 3rd, 2011
The contact owns a 1999 plymouth grand voyager. While driving 25 mph, the power steering became inoperative and smoke was coming from under the hood and under the vehicle. The vehicle was towed by the county and deemed as destroyed. The dealer and manufacturer were notified of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 199,000.


1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 1BP4GP44RX8- Newton, MA: July 11th, 2011
The contact owns a 1999 plymouth grand voyager. While driving the contact stated that a loud rattling noise was on the front passenger and driver side of the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic, who diagnosed that the strut tower was covered with rust. The dealer nor manufacturer were notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileage was 125,000. Updated 08/31/11 *bf updated 12/105/11


2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2C4GJ24G1YR- Brooklyn Park, MD: January 25th, 2011
The contact owns a 2000 chrysler grand voyager. The contact stated that the entire instrument panel failed along with the windshield and rear windshield wiper. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic who advised that there was an unknown component under the dashboard that would need replacing in order to correct the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 79,000 and the approximate current mileage was 109,000. Updated 2/28/11 *cn updated 04/29/11


1999 Plymouth Voyager - 2P4GP45R4XR- Morrisville, VT: January 10th, 2011
The contact owns a 1999 plymouth voyager. The contact stated that the strut mount around the frame was completely rusted. The contact stated that if the strut fractured while driving, the vehicle could cause a serious crash. The contact had not taken the vehicle to the dealer for repairs or diagnosis. The contact was awaiting a return call from the manufacturer in regards to the failure. The contact stated there were numerous complaints found online regarding the strut mount rusting and stated that the manufacturer should issue a recall. The failure mileage was 126,000.


1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 1P4GK54L3RX- Trumbull, CT: November 15th, 2010
The contact owns a 1994 plymouth grand voyager. The contact was driving approximately 55 mph when the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact was able to restart the vehicle as it operated as normal. The failure began to recur intermittently so the vehicle was taken to various independent repair facilities where they were unable to diagnose the failure. The fuel pump was replaced but the failure continued to recur intermittently. The failure mileage was 200,000 and the current mileage was unavailable.


2000 Plymouth Voyager - 2P4GP45G6YR- Florence, KY: August 4th, 2010
I own a 2000 chrysler voyager se 3. 3l. The driver's side strut tower had severe rust almost to the point of rusting completely through. Vehicle has approx 146k miles. I was forced to pay a local body shop to repair the damage and install a new strut tower cap.


1999 Plymouth Voyager - 2P4GP25R2XR- Hampstead, NH: June 2nd, 2010
Failure of drivers side strut tower on 99 plymouth voyager.... Structural failure due to rust.... Manufacturer release tech service bulletin suspension/body - strut tower corrosion number: 23-044-02 group: body date: oct. 14, 2002 subject: ns strut tower corrosion this a structural issue that could lead to failure and injury/death. This should be a recall item.


1999 Plymouth Voyager - 1P4GP45G4XB- New Brighton, MN: April 5th, 2010
The contact owns a 1999 chrysler voyager. Upon picking up the vehicle from being serviced for non-related issues the contact was informed that the drivers side front strut tower had severely rusted. The vehicle had not been serviced for the failure. The failure and current mileages were 97,160.


1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 1D4GP24R85B- Sidney, IL: November 19th, 2009
Left side strut tower rusted through on 1999 plymouth voyager, i noticed this after we had bought it in 2005 and was told that it would not be covered from chrysler, found out that i was not the only one this had happened too, chrysler made the mistake and they should stand behind it, i was getting maintenance when it fell apart, lucky it didn't happen on the highway.


2000 Plymouth Voyager - 2C4GJ45R1YR- Plainville, CT: October 26th, 2009
The contact owns a 2000 chrysler voyager. While driving in excessive rainy conditions, he noticed that the battery light appeared on the dashboard and the vehicle no longer had power steering. There were no prior warnings and the current and failure mileages were 89000. Updated 12/07/09 *bf the serpentine belt was replaced. Updated 12/09/09


2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 1C4GJ44GXYB- Hobart, IN: September 18th, 2009
My transmission has gone out on my vehicle and when it was in the repair shop there where two other vehicle the same year make and model with the same transmission problems not to mention one of my sisters co-workers with the same vehicle just had hers fixed is there any way you can look into this i do feel it would be a safety recall beings if my children where in the vehicle and it broke down on the side of the road and transmissions have been know to start on fire if they start too go out also when this happened i was at a stop light at a busy intersection and caused a big traffic jams do to my vehicle not shifting.


1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2T4GT44B2TR- Edgewater, MD: August 4th, 2009
The contact owns a 1996 plymouth grand voyager. The contact stated that he has experienced computerized antilock brake failure several times. He replaced the computerized antilock brakes three times. Recently, in december of 2007, the contact experienced the failure while driving 55 mph on the highway. There was no braking power, but he was able to coast the vehicle off the road. The vehicle has not been repaired. The dealer estimated that the repair would cost $4,000. The current and failure mileages were 78,000.


2000 Plymouth Voyager - 2P4FP25BXYR- Montevallo, AL: May 30th, 2009
Four tires tread separation all same tread wear douglas tire 215/70r14 i have photos available of today's tire and will photograph the remaining two serial numbers and check for the fourth at the wal mart that replaced it. Property damage was negligible but i was prepared for the tire failure i rotated them to the rear due to the belt wearing through the center of the tread.


1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2P4GP44G2WR- Hamilton, OH: February 6th, 2009
The contact owns a 1998 plymouth grand voyager. The contact stated that the transmission failed after the vehicle was purchased. The vehicle was towed to a local repair shop and the mechanic stated that the transmission had to be rebuilt. The vehicle was repaired. Approximately a month later, the transmission began failing again. The vehicle was driven to the local repair shop on three different occasions and the mechanic stated each time that the transmission failed due to the speed sensor. The vehicle was repaired after each visit. The manufacturer was not notified. The current mileage was 170,000 and the failure mileage was unavailable.


2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2C4GJ44G2YR- Charlottesville, VA: January 5th, 2009
Vehicle is a 2000 chrysler grand voyager. Brake pedal was pushed during normal vehicle operation and pedal became "soft" with no resistance. Vehicle was towed to repair facility and diagnosis indicated rusty brake lines were the cause of the failure.


1993 Plymouth Voyager - 1P4GK54R0PX- Broomfield, CO: December 10th, 2008
The contact owns a 1993 plymouth voyager. While driving 55 mph in the snow, the brakes failed. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic and they discovered nhtsa campaign id number 96v099000 (service brakes, hydraulic:antilock). Chrysler refused to acknowledge the recall and repair the vehicle. The vehicle has not been repaired. The contact felt that the vehicle was very unsafe because the brakes could fail while driving. The current and failure mileages were 140,000.


1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager - 2B4GP44R7XR- Pensacola, FL: November 28th, 2008
Steel hydraulic brake line to rear brakes ruptured while driving (braking), resulting in complete loss of brake fluid and braking ability. Inspection showed brake line was corroded through. Rupture was located in solid tubing under vehicle, below driver's seat, where the brake line turned and headed towards rear of vehicle. Vehicle was safely brought to a stop using parking brake. Chrysler dealer service department replaced 4 rear brake lines, 2 flex lines, booster and master cylinder. The corroded tubing was replaced with flexible steel wrapped lines. From the invoice the parts replaced were: item description (followed by fp number) master cyl 5039003 (4683264); booster 5100002 (4797614); line tand 5062001 (4683291); tube junc 5062001 (4683696); tube junc 5062001 (4683697); bracket b 5057002 (4683441); fluid bra 1081006 (4318080-ab); line valv 5062001 (4683320); line valv 5062001 (4683321); lock brak 5057002 (2208893, quantity 2). Total charge for parts, labor, tax = $1,547. 31.