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Dodge Caravan Questions
2002 Dodge caravan My lights on my dash shows up Harness has been changed Fuses checked but no movement No turn signal neither The turn signal switch has also been changed Please help
Front Hub Bearing
Can not get hub bearing off
2000 Dodge Caravan 3.3
My van hesitated like it was running out of gas. When it shutoff it wouldn't start back. Relay fuse was replaced because (it was making a constant ticking sound) after it was replaced the van star...
Passenger Side Only Blows Heat
We bought a 2011 dodge caravan mainstreet used. Right away we noticed that the passenger side and the rear vents only blow heat. The driver side will blow cool air or AC, but the passenger and rear bl...
Van Breaks While I'm Driving It..
I have a 99 Dodge Gran Caravan. The issue I'm having is, when I'm driving it seems like it breaks or jumps (we go foward as if I was breaking). Also it now goes to the left if I let go of the steer...
Older Dodge Caravan
Dodge Caravan Overview
Back in 1977, when Chrysler first began development on their "magic wagon," little did they know that not only would they conjure up a whole new vehicle category (later called minivans), but also a whole new population category as well -- soccer moms.
Released in 1984, the Dodge Caravan is considered the first minivan, a family car which offered front wheel drive, easy access, elevated seats, and plenty of cargo space. It revolutionized the suburban driving experience forever, creating a much easier way to load and unload both kids and groceries.
Over its lifespan, it has gone through upgrades in engine size, redesign, and creature comforts (the original had only 2 cupholders, and today's offers up to 14!), but remains a safe and dependable choice. It is the top-selling minivan in the world, having sold 11 million by mid-2005 and is consistently voted one of the best cars by several automotive magazines. A sample from the original generation of Caravans, the 1986 Caravan, was recently acquired by the Smithsonian.