Some people seem to be a little confused about the difference between the "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual", the repair manual, and the service manual. Here is a breakdown that explains the difference:
- The "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual" is the actual owners manual that is found in the glove compartment when you purchase your new vehicle. The owners manual covers three main areas - a description of the location and operation of all controls; specifications such as oil and fuel capacity and part numbers of lightbulbs used; and a schedule and descriptions of maintenance required. The "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual" will usually come in a case along with other supplements such as the quick start guide, warranty and maintenance booklets, sound system booklets, etc.
- The repair manual contains more information than the "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual" and assumes some degree of automotive experience and skill. These manuals are developed primarily for the professionally trained techinician or an advanced do-it-yourself owner. These manuals also contain references to special tools and other information uniquely known by the authorized dealership service centers.
- The service manual is much more comprehensive than the repair manual. It includes additional troubleshooting tips, routine maintenance hints, and model-specific repair information not found in the repair manual or the "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual".
On this page you should find the "1998 Plymouth Voyager Owners Manual." At the time we do not stock service manuals and repair manuals although that is a consideration for the future.