What's wrong with my Chrysler Voyager?

I own a Chrysler Voyager (2000 model). When travelling over 3000rpm, it leaks oil over the top of the dip stick. It has also developed a misfire. Any idea what could be causing this?

Asked on 21 November 2016 by Adam

Answered by Alan Ross
Would suggest that you check the crankcase ventilation hose etc to see if all okay.

If that is okay then would carry out a compression test to see if the internals of the engine are okay as you may have head gasket etc problem, resulting in a misfire and excess crankcase pressure.
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