1994 Voyager 3.0 liter Mitubishi\nGetting near 200,000 miles.\n\nAs D. Stern responded a while ago, very sensitive\nto the crankcase ventillation system. The entire\nPCV system was supposedly checked and\nChrysler parts put in, even without asking me.\nMy independent mechanic decided to do a\ntune-up that even the dealer would not have dared\nand charged more than the dealer which made\nme feel quite stupid. But okay. At least he did the\nPCV valve although I had asked him to do the same\nthing way before.\n\nCar did run better though. Hoses were checked.\nDon't know if the throttle body was cleaned,\ndoubt it.\n\nNow I noticed it's still doing this rare but obvious\nmisbehavior. Sometimes at 600 miles. Sometimes\nat 1000 miles.\n\nBefore, it was when the car was cold and had gone\na few miles. Now I went about 100 miles and the\nengine was hot and then it just, while going at\nslow speed, stalled out repeatedly.\n\nI did not check for a code though. I was a little panicky\nso pulled into a gas station to do my usual trick which is\npour about half a quart of oil into the engine. For some\nreason, this always works. And I am going for another\n600 miles or 1000 miles. It's so strange since I don't know\nif it's a coincidence or there is some indirect connection.\nIt would help to accurately know the quantity of oil.\n\nI find it hard to get a good reading on the oil.\nI would not be surprised if it's all a coincidence and\nI am actually not low on oil. Hard to read the dipstick,\neven if I leave it out to try and get an accurate reading.\nBut I am not down much if at all. If I leave the dipstick\nout for 10 minutes and then take a reading, it seems\nto be a little more accurate, as someone suggested.\n\nAny thoughts? Could the crankcase sensor be a little bad?\nDoes that make sense at all? And the little bit of oil\nthrows things into a different mode? Or some electronics\nare marginal? The car or vehicle, a minivan, has almost\n200,000 miles so things are, touch wood, that is quite\na few miles and would not be surprised if a sensor\nor an electronic module are a tad marginal.