Dodge Caravan idles rough and engine skips

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Asked by Oct 15, 2013 at 10:16 AM about the 2001 Dodge Caravan Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Having issues with my 01 caravan.  It has been idling really rough for awhile and has just
recently started skipping.  It doesnt do it all of the time but once it does it goes crazy.  Im
a single mom on limited income and mechanics want to charge me to diagnose it but
when they go to drive it, it wont do it for them and they look at me like im crazy.  I cant
afford 60 everytime just for someone to tell me its fine when ts not!

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does it seem to skip and miss more when the air is damp ?

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not really. It did yesterday while it was raining but developed a new problem. I was on the highway and couldnt accelerate past 2000 rpms. I pulled over and sat awhile and when I turned it back on it seemed fine.

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