My Dodge Caravan 2006

Asked by Nov 25, 2016 at 03:02 PM about the 2006 Dodge Caravan SXT

Question type: General

I have a Dodge Caravan 2006 I have had a jump
twice and the first time it started up and it kept
going for like 4-5 days and then I woke up one
morning and went to the store and came back and
it was okay and then a couple hours later I was
getting ready to leave and my car wouldn't start I
got it jumped and it started right up everytime I get
a jump it start right up but I just want to know what
could be draining it there is no sign of anything
wrong that's popping up on my dashboard I got my
oil light that just keeps saying that I need oil so I'm
thinking I might have a oil leak but I don't have any
other signs and then my light to come on my
windows are rolled up everything going to come
already on everything but my car just will not turn
over at all I just wanted to know if anybody can
help me tell me if they know what's going on with
it.

1 Answer

615

Let's slow down do you have an oil leak. Have you pulled the stick to see if you need oil.put in 10w30 .just so you know none of this has to do with your car not starting.you have start somewhere you need a general tune up,.do this for your self you will be glad you did

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