What Happens in a Recall? Consumer stated in the last few months the van has had problems. Our power outlets seemed to work fine, but we didn't use them much. Posted on Nov 30, 2011 www. In addition, the contact stated that the vehicle would overheat. Since, it is again having problems, and the dealer is saying that it needs to be replaced, again.
Tighten the fuel filter bolts to 40 inch lbs. Take the car to a shop and have them fog the system. Filled tank, cleaned gas cap seal, tighened cap, reset code. This happens when they start to go bad. You could try some belt dressing on the … belt and see if that helps or changes the squeak. TownCountryguy answered 4 years ago Well after changing the battery and it seems that it help now it started doing the same thing it will not start it will not make any noise nothing. By depressing a few locks which are self - explanatory I was able to remove the port.
Numerous similar complaints have been filed. This more-costly cousin of the Dodge Grand Caravan is pleasant to drive, with sound handling and a roomy interior, but it is falling behind the competition. Took to dealer for repair. The dealer finally found the problem. Our power outlets seemed to work fine, but we didn't use them much. Thanks Zachman - need to make a correction. I think I'll need to wire and inverter directly to the battery for my particular application, but for cell phones and such the supplied ports should be enough.
I do have the old power steering hose. If you don't rotate, it will not look like it would ever come out. Then the door functions properly for another month or so. I think I'll need to wire and inverter directly to the battery for my particular application, but for cell phones and such the supplied ports should be enough. This is the box under the hood with all the fuses and relays.
The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. Hate to sound so novice. Overall we're impressed with the value so far and I'd recommend it to others as long as youre going in with eyes open. As time went on and we added more gear that needed to be charged, that changed. It is not a literal layout and is expanded to make it easier to read and understand. The outlets worked briefly and then quit and thereafter they worked sometimes, but mostly not at all. Remove the bolts holding the junction block to dash panel mounting bracket.
Joe Hopefully this will help Tim and maybe some others. The approximate failure mileage was 134,000. My van sometimes won't start because it kills the battery. In warm weather they work fairly good, but in cool or cold weather they don't hold up the hatch at all. After I removed the panel, I was able to see the back side of the outlet and how it was secured to the panel. After you remove the air filter assembly, you will be staring right at the engine mounting bracket.
Dealership told him that if someone wanted to fix vehicle to tell him to do so because they had another vehicle. . If you have other questions, let me know, and thanks for using 2carpros. At that time, the technician reported that this was a common problem, and that an improved bushing would be used. Here is a picture of a relay, but I can't seem to find one of the resister.
I couldn't get a voltage on the wires. I then shut the car off, and removed the drink holder, the piece of trim directly above it and then the simulated wood grain panel which surrounds the audio unit and is held in by 4 screws. I've gotten under the hood and checked the fuses they are next to the battery under the hood. I took a small screwdriver and inserted the end into the space behind the lugs and twisted it, which compressed the lugs so that they appeared to get better contact. Many will do it for free. One coming in with multiple wires and like I said I think they are the same wires leaving the switch. Chrysler tried to repair the car four times.
The failure mileage was 168,000. If it has voltage when the key is turned to start, the starter is bad. There is a recall on the automatic sliding doors and it involves them not latching. Leaks power steering fluid, makes noises when turning, and feels like steering will lock up. Inspected hoses, purge valve for loose connections and cracks.