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2007 Dodge Caravan Questions

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And the car is fine,i never saw this small red light before

Works fine on defrost. When I turn to Vent or any other position it stops blowing cold air. A/C light stays on.

Also loosing a lot of fluid from resvior prior to changing cap.

The a/c system is full of refridgerant, & cools great if I supply power to the clutch with a jumper wire.The system rest & run pressures are correct & the condenser/radiator cooling fan comes on correctly. It does not have any codes, & the a/c can not be turned on with my scan tool or with a jumper at the relay, it will only come on by jumping power straight to the compressor clutch.

The mileage numbers turned from numbers to the message 9ASCAP what is this trying to indicate?

The horn does not work even after I changed the fuse

Problems started after i pulled out the aftermarket CD player that was in our van when we bought it used. I have taken it out and inspected the wires to make sure they're all plugged in, etc. I have read about a common problem with faulty wires between the PCB DLC RKE blocks that can cause this, but that was on older models around 2000.. Can anyone help me fix this?

My van wouldn't start I put a new battery, check the starter and that wasn't the problem. The alarm button is on now which it never came on before. What should I do. I had someone look at it and said you need a code what is this code and who or where can I go to fix it.

Turns off but after a min it starts right back up

I have tried diconnecting the battery, and playing with the light switch N if it does go off which is no to often when I go outside I can hear my radio on I don't know what to do