all gauges are inop, checked fuses all lights in panel are good

all dash display instruments are inop as well as odometer function lights work great and no bad fuses

while installing a new upper blend door actuator I moved the clutch wheel I just want to see or know if i'm doing it correctly. I believe the actuator i'm changing is for the position selection for air flow to cabin

located above gas pedal on the right, mounted on cabin a/c component box 1 part # is Dorman 604010 I can not read other one

1999 dodge caravan was fine when parked.next morning battery was dead.put a charger on it.Now dash lights come on chimes but will not start.and have to understand hook battery to get lights off..help!!

the belt keeps coming off i know its probably out of line but when it came off i drove over 15 miles back to my house it still runs its not smoking although it says its running hot it never ran hot and i need to work is it possible to drive it to work then have it checked out afterwards

Okay so drove the van just fine next day got in to leave for work wouldn't start. First we replaced the battery and the fuel pump relay, started then shut off. Next day we replaced the fuel pump and filter again started then shut off. Replace the coil pack because were not getting any spark. Still nothing, hooked the code reader up and got codes p1767 and p0700. Please help my kids rely on this van for everything.

do they both have to have matching engine sizes or can the 3.3 interchange with the 3.0 for the tranny to fit?

I do light carpentry and woodworking projects occasionally and carry portable tools and materials. (1000 to 2000 lbs max). Are extra leaf springs necessary or would a good set of air shocks be adequate?

Have checked fuses. Would work until it got warm then would flat line. Would start working again if you banged on dash, then it quit working altogether. Panel light is only thing that works.

It also shifts hard between 30 to 50 mph

car won't start.no fuel.checked fuses and relay all good