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1999 Chrysler Town & Country Questions

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A few days ago I noticed the battery light on my dashboard came on and it has every day since, but I have a meter that plugs into the cigarette lighter and after a while it goes form 11.7 to 14.5 and stays that way. Can you help me?
I must add that I have jumped the battery twice before driving the van.

I saw a video online about a product called "K-SEAL" that is supposed to seal any coolant leaks a vehicle might have.Would it be advisable to use for my coolant leak?
Thank you.

I have a coolant leak under my van towards the rear,is there any way I could bypass the rear heater and would it stop the coolant from leaking there? Thank you.

I have a leak under the right rear of my van and it looks green, I think it is a coolant leak because I have to refill the coolant tank every few days. Is it expensive to repair it? Thank you.

It happened before but it was one of the big fuses that needed to be replaced. This time it's not that all the fuses are good.it won't at all in all my light's in battery work starter is new in alternator is new

I recently took my 99 Town and Country minivan to get the front break pads and rotor done and also got an oil change. When I got it back, I noticed that the front A/C wasn't working. It's releasing cool air, but not much and when I try to increase it, it doesn't work. The back A/C works. Also when the car is parked, I noticed a puddle under the tire of the passenger side. I also noticed a horrible smell after I park. I tried to take it back to the mechanic but they told me they didn't do anything wrong and their repair has nothing to do with the A/C. Upon research, I think it could be the water pump or some A/C tubes are blocked or leaking? Or does it have to do with the coolant. Finally, would this have anything to do with what the mechanic did when he fixed my breaks and changed my oil?

I have a cluster problem how or where do I get a new or rebuilt one. Can I install myself if not where do I go. Sometimes car starts for a few second then quits the gages work and some times don't fuel gage goes up and down ringing


sometimes when start car will only run for a few seconds then shut down. speedometer, gas gauge, oil light work and then don't work this is a constant headache

The icon illuminated briefly, less than 5-seconds, and the alarm sounded. The oil was just above the add mark.

The AC was on. When I checked the coolant it was almost all gone. This car is a 1999 Chrysler Town and Country given to me a family member. I have no ideal if the leaking fluid is coolant.

I can start my van and it runs fine in park and neutral but when I put it in drive it dies...

I changed the radiator and now the heat isn't working anymore and every time I accelerate the fluid leaks out of the bottom

What could be causing this.

since its been so hot,van will start running bad n cut off,we found out to make it run again,is let air out of the valve on the gas line on top of the engine,does anyone know what causes this? and/or how to fix it?it happened 4 times yesterday,on the way home

Happens with moisture in the air. After sitting 3 hours, it will stay started fine.