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1996 Dodge Caravan Reviews and Owner Comments

 
1996 Dodge Caravan
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1996 Dodge Caravan Owner Reviews (3 reviews)
  • 1996 Dodge Caravan
    Visitor, Green Valley, AZ, March 08, 2012 13:43
    we bought our 1996 dodge caravan new and it has 110,000 miles on it. Replaced transmission with 70,000 miles on it and recently two fuel pumps in an 8 month period. Starting to cost me $800 every time I pass a repair shop. Latest problem is a surging at idle and just about any speed. It is not consistent and happens about every other day. Seems it wants to stall out but hasn't yet. Anybody have any ideas?
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  • 1996 Dodge Caravan
    Portraits by Nancy, Pembroke Pines, FL, August 29, 2010 12:55
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    The automatic power locks on the doors have been a problem for the dealer to ever get fixed right from the beginning when I first bought the car brand new in 1996. Never worked right and still don't work right.
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  • 1996 Dodge Caravan
    endeavorniche, Fort Walton Beach, FL, August 12, 2009 13:22
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    If you are going to purchase a Chrysler Minivan, go for the Chrysler Town and Country. While it looks like a Dodge Caravan, it is far and away a much nicer vehicle. Sort of like comparing a Chevy to a Cadillac. I've owned all of them T&C, Caravan, Voyager of all trim levels and all motors. The T&C with the 3.8 V6 is hands down the best. Oh, and expect transmission problems with all of them. This is a well known fact. If you drive your van even a little low on fluid expect catastrophic results. When your van gets to 150k miles if you still have your original transmission, always keep your cellphone with you. You are on borrowed time.
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