I have a 2000 grand caravan sport awd 116,00 miles and when I come to a stop at a light or stop sign I feel as if I'm being hit from behind by another car. I brought it to dodge and those guys said it was a brake booster, ok so I fixed that and still doing it. I spoke to a tech at a different dodge and he said its called a bump stop and it could need a transmission overhaul. Has anyone ever heard of this and if so what should I do. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks
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2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Question: 2000 dodge Grand caravan sport when I come to a stop feels like hit from behind.
pushrod March 13, 2013, 18:13Master
Check rear of the van maybe you did get hit. Have trans. scanned!
Answer #2enforcer18 November 22, 2013, 18:48Enthusiast
I have a similar problem in my 2002 Grand Caravan. I have not fully checked out but everything I can find links it to one of the motor mounts. If you can get someone sit behind the wheel and apply the brakes and shift the transmission between park drive and reverse with the van running and you look at the motor mounts and you see that one or so may be bad. ? And for goodness sake do not always listen to the dealership. Get a second or even third opinion....