Chrysler Town & Country Problem Report
Chrysler Town & Country Oil Leak From Valve Covers and/or Front Crankshaft Seal
On higher-mileage vehicles, engine oil leaks from the valve covers and front crankshaft seal are common.
Replaced oil filter, oil sending unit with no luck. The oil is a steady drip from the front of the motor behind the water pump area. - Visitor
coolant and oil leaking from under the timing chain cover. - Visitor
valve cover leaks - Visitor
not addressed yet - Visitor
Gaskets are worn, hard to replace - Visitor
just letting it warm up for 10 minutes left a oil puddle just bigger than my foot. coming from near the water pump - Visitor
egr needed to be replaced and O2 sensor and now mechanic is wanting to charge another 400 for vavles leaking oil and says it's dangerous. - Visitor
timing cover seal or gasquet leak oil - Visitor
after oil change enging shuts off while driving;ignition wires and spark plugs were change 6 mo...
hi my van is leaking oil from around the oil filter. what is it. i have replaced the oil filter...
anyone have a step by step outline on how to replace the front oil seal on 97 town and country....
A mechanic told me if I disconnect the negative battery cable for 15-30 minutes the bcm will re...
Bought the car new. Never had a problem. Drive it to and from work (13 miles each way) 5 days a...