2003 Dodge Caravan Questions

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van wont crank over

reset there's no sensor.What can I do?

When I press the driver side door handle and then the door latches and closes but if the door handle is out away from the car the door will not close.

Replaced fuel pump & fuel filter, still will not start

It's a 3.3. It has to come out of the bottom. Plus that's replacing the water pump, thermostat and wiring harness. I'm supplying the engine and all the parts. They're saying $2500 labor. I think they're trying to rip me off.

Still is not working. I checked the fuses & relay. They are good. The switch has a little dot light that does come on when turning on the rear wiper switch.

I discovered the rear window of my van blown out while parked in my driveway and have no idea what happened.

van sometimes starts but won't keep running

I replaced almost everthing under the hood i checked the fuleinjecters with a 9 volt battery and some brake cleaner in every time i met + with wire it sprayed. I hear fule pump coming on so i think its ok when i took spark plugs out they were black and wet this van also had cat over heated do u think maybe somthing wrong with heads

installed new ecm,and ignition switch.everything worked fine.when it was started again all accessories will only work while ignition is on accessory.when it is running they don't work.Not showing any codes.

the van had stopped running for no reason put new fuel pump and new plugs van ran for a week and stopped again once it was started again it would die when put in gear

I removed the shock absorber door lifters and can see that the left hinge is the culprit. However, it doesn't appear to be "loose" but when the (now very heavy) door is fully down, the left side at the top is an inch lower than the right side, suggesting hingle slippage.
What must I consider before attempting to remove the door entirely with a socket wrench?