some parts are not working on 2004 Dodge Grand Caravan

My radio, clock and plug in for a charger have stopped working. My auto side door only opens half way. My auto lift gate unlocks but doesn't raise up. I also am getting water from the A/C system leaking into the front passenger floor.

by in Spring, TX on October 31, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 05, 2010
I suggest you take a trip to your local Dodge dealership to have your concerns addressed. Your Radio, Clock, Power Outlet issue is probabnly a fuse. The issues with your Sliding Door and rear Lift gate are probably the motors / actuators and / or gas lift props. As for the A/C leaking water into the front passenger floor, there is a Technical Service bulletin to address this issue. TSB NUMBER: 24-001-06 REV A GROUP: Heating & A/C DATE: November 10, 2006. SUBJECT: HVAC Drain Water (AC Condensate) Leaks Under Passenger Side Carpet OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves installing a HVAC drain tube O-ring. MODELS: 2001 - 2006 (RS) Town & Country/Caravan/Voyager NOTE: This bulletin applies to vehicles built on or before December 16, 2005 (MDH 1216XX). SYMPTOM/CONDITION The customer may describe a wet front passenger floor or floor carpet. This condition may be due to water (A/C condensate) from the HVAC assembly drain tube.
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