Dodge Caravan Model Overview
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Dodge Caravan Questions
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan
My 1998 Dodge grand Caravan the timing belt I mean timing chain broke on it and I'm trying to figure out if it is a zero tolerance motor it's a 3.3 motor in the van
What Would Make Antifreeze Come Out Of The Tail Pipe On A 2003 Dodge Carava...
what would make antifreeze come out of a tail pipe on a 2003 dodge caravan3,3 liters a 6 cyinder
Does Anyone Know The Exact Location Of The Horn Or Horns On A 2002 Grand Ca...
2001 Dodge Caravsn Se
Okay I have a 2001 Dodge Caravan SE it's been running for a while now it has a really bad miss when it misses the RPM shake back and forth I cannot figure this out I have changed the fuel filter c...
Help! My Van Will Not Start After Changing The Starter! Still Clicking
My husband has replaced the battery, the alternator, the relay switch and a new starter. It started and ran for one day. Went out to start it yesterday and all it is doing is clicking AGAIN and will...
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.