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It has a 62te transmission in it and we've already changed the solenoid pack in the transmission are there any other sensors or anything that would maybe be the problem
I recently replaced radiator and thermostat housing due to leaks. Ther
Doesn't happen all the time but after sitting for awhile
We thought it was the cold killing the battery so put a new one in..still don't start..got a new alternator..still nothing..what do I do?
I have a 2007 dodge grand caravan I have had a hard time fixing a low voltage problem I have replaced the sensor and wiring harness the ecm and the cooling fans and still have the same problem is there hooked up to the computer and it says the engine temp is 375 witch is not right and the cooling fan runs nonstop when engine is running any help would be great thanks in advance
i can t believe there s no diagram where it shows the name of the fuses in the IPM for my van. It does not come in the manual. i m having trouble to find the power outlet fuse. need to be more specific and considered with customers don t you think
rubber hose directly under passenger seat on coolant line cracked. What size rubber hose do I buy to replace hose?
use to Would turn Switch off n On while rolling and would go into high gears.Would have to do that about Once in 4 trips.Checked fluid! could it be solenoids
i can not tell how fast i go, how much gas or anything else. need to know how much part is and where i can get it fixed.
Lift gate failed. I had the motor, linkage and latch replaced. Now if I open with the remote I must close with the remote. I can no longer open with the remote and close by hand. The dealer does not know why?
When this happens the dash warning lights come on as is normal, but nothing else happens. Is the problem in the ignition switch? This only happens once or twice a week.
I replaced my old battery with a smaller battery. Is this gonna make a difference or cause problems ? Since I put the battery in the head lights and dash lights flicker while im driving. I dont know if its because the battery is to small ? Or maybe the alternator is starting to go ? any advice would be great thank you.
I went to auto part store and asked for the master cylinder for my caravan. This is a four wheel disk brake system. At the store they sold me the master cylinder for my caravan so I expected it to be the correct part. I was surprised to find out when installing this new part that the fitting on the end of ech brake line that attaches to the master cylinder wer a littlie smaller then the threaded female opening on the new cylinder. they would not thread in and hold tight or even be tighted all the way so I figured they gave me the cylinder for the caravan with rear drum brakes. So when I took the new cylinder back and check to see if the new cylinder was for the caravan with four wheel disk brakes I was surprised to find out the new cylinder was the one for the caravan with four wheel disk brakes. So I exchanged the new cylinder that is for the caravan with four wheel disk brakes and got the cylinder that is for the caravan with rear drum brakes. When I installed the new cylinder that is for the caravan with rear drum brakes it fit and the end of the brake lines threaded together perfect and I bled the air from the system. All seemed well until I started getting air into the system and looseing brake pedal. this is why I replaced the cylinder to begin with. Cause when I removed the master cylinder that was on my caravan when i bought it, there was brake fluid visible. So I figured this new cylinder would fix my problem. But it is doing the same thing and I havent removed the new cylinder to see if there is brake fluid visible again. I wanted to get some answers first before I attempt any more troubleshooting of my brakes. Now what I want to know is if its ok to have the master cylinder thats for the caravan with rear drums on my caravan that has four wheel disk brakes. Or do I need to cutt the end of both the lines that attach to the master cylinder and put on the larger fittings and flair the brake lines so they will fit the cylinder that is for the caravan with four wheel disk brakes. Because cutting and flaring the brake lines with larger fitting is the only way the four wheel disk brake master cylinder will install correctly onto my caravan. Once I get the answer on what I need to do I can finally not have to bleed my brakes every day. thank you
Just found anti freeze in oil.
I see a lot of people asking the same type of question, mine is also showing 'ESP' indicator as well as the 'squiggly' lines indicating loss of traction. I just wonder how this can be an 'electrical/sensor/computer' problem when the noises seem to be more 'mechanical'?