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2002 Dodge Caravan Recalls

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Most Recent 2002 Dodge Caravan Recall

On December 10, 2010, Dodge recalled 45,870 Dodge Caravan. Aftermarket replacement fuel filters manufactured between september 17, 2002, and january 20, 2003, sold under the brand names listed above. the filter may experience malfunction of the quick connector either blocking fuel flow to the engine or causing a fuel leak. this does not involve any products manufactured by the daimlerchrysler corp. nor any dailmerchrysler dealers.
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2002 Dodge Caravan Recall Details

Summary on December 10, 2010
Aftermarket replacement fuel filters manufactured between september 17, 2002, and january 20, 2003, sold under the brand names listed above. the filter may experience malfunction of the quick connector either blocking fuel flow to the engine or causing a fuel leak. this does not involve any products manufactured by the daimlerchrysler corp. nor any dailmerchrysler dealers.
Summary on January 31, 2005
On certain mini vans, condensation from the instrument panel air conditioning ducts may drop through vent holes in the top of the radio and result in a short circuit that subsequently sends direct current to the rear speakers.
Summary on September 27, 2004
On certain minivans equipped with 3.3 or 3.8l v-6 engine, the upper power steering cooler hose may split and cause a fluid leak.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 7, 2003
Certain pickup truck, van, and mini van conversions equipped with southern comfort built running boards that contain certain courtesy lights manufactured by american technology components, inc. these units contain a courtesy light or lights that might overheat when the wire harness is exposed to excessive moisture and road salt.
Summary on October 8, 2001
Vehicle description: certain mini vans fail to comply with requirements of fmvss no. 225, "child restraint anchorage systems." the owner manuals supplied with these vehicles do not indicate which seating positions are equipped with tether anchorages and child restraint anchorage systems as required by the standard.