2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Q&A
2000 Dodge Grand Caravan Question: wont start
from your description, it sounds like you blew a head gasket from overheating and the motor has coolant in the cylinders. you need a shop to check out the damage and make sure they find the source of the overheating. the problem you have now is the result of the problem. Roy - mastertech6371
It sounds like your motor got very hot. Usually when a warm heater starts to blow cold it means you have lost enough fluid that the heater core will no longer transfer heat because there is not fuid for heat exchange. Pull the dip stick out and check the oil to see if it looks thick and creamy. If so you have a blown head gasket. This could result in enough lost compression to prevent you car from starting. I'm not a mechanic and don't claim to be. That being said the above is worth checking into. Hope this helps. - XRdad
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