Dead 2002 dodge caravan

Catherine Harris

Asked by Apr 17, 2016 at 04:11 PM about the 2002 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was hearing my fuse box clicking battery be dead
the next morning then i drove it and my neg.
Battery cable disconnected from the connector pn
the battery had wires sticking out but most was
out of the connecter put cables back on wont start
towed it to the house have little juice gonna check
behind dash like someone else posted about the
solders but need to locate which ones.

1 Answer

Tim Koara

Take it to autozone get new battery and new connections for it you don't want to do this because if you wire it wrong or short circuit it can fry all sorts of things leaving you thousands of dollars for electrical work or replacing computers a computer for a car is barely the size of your hand and that small part can be up 2000 dollars or more so that's how I'd address your bad terminal

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