The old adage says: If you like your Voyager and it works for you, keep it. (There are reports of people driving the cars the love past the one million mile mark and even farther!)
If you want to keep your Voyager, it may entail rebuilding the current engine at some time or purchasing a replacement. Look for a quality engine rebuilder or great, low-priced engine new or rebuilt engine right here.
All you need to do is click on your model year to instantly find new or rebuilt engines to purchase.
To have a company rebuild your Voyager engine, click on a name below. Talk with them via phone or email and discuss your needs versus what they provide.
A remanufactured or rebuilt engine operates as well or better than your original motor. When someone rebuilds an engine, they remove all plugs, thoroughly clean all the engine parts, inspect the oil galleys, check the block for cracks, and re-bore the cylinders up to the next size. Then they replace the pistons and rings, put in all new bearings and sprockets, re-grind the camshaft, replace all seals and plugs, and replace the timing belt or chain. They also put in new lifters, rocker arms and push rods, and a new or re-built oil pump.
Cylinder head work includes resurfaced valves and new valve guides. The company then vacuums and pressure tests the head, re-cleans the engine before reassembling it, and re-adjusts the valves. Finally, these pros check the oil pressure and compression, and monitor the newly-rebuilt motor for oil leaks and unusual noises.
Your Voyager is back on the road soon, with a rebuilt engine that has more power and is fun than ever. You are driving a Voyager whose engine you do not have to worry about for many years to come. How refreshing.
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