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#3478 of 4276 air conditioning related to oil pan?
Dec 10, 2005 (7:17 am)
I have a 2000 dodge caravan. the a/c was working fine til after i had the oil pan replaced by the dealer. after that, the a/c wasn't blowing cold air. it was warm. would it be possible that there's something related to the a/c in the area of the oil pan? perhaps something the mechanic did to the a/c system while replacing the oil pan?
doesnt make sense to me, but i dont know what else could have caused the a/c to not be cold immediately after the oil pan was worked on.
pls advise, tks!
#3479 of 4276 Re: air conditioning related to oil pan? [top3gun]
Dec 11, 2005 (5:35 am)
The mechanic may have unplugged the AC connection at the compressor. Good luck.
#3480 of 4276 Re: Stiff power sliding door - 2001 Grand Caravan [tina16]
Dec 12, 2005 (8:39 am)
Did this ever get resolved? Do you know what the problem is? I have a 2002 T&C EX. I have the exact same issue.
#3484 of 4276 2001 voyager blower problem
Dec 13, 2005 (5:13 am)
My 2001 voyager's blower (or fan) will now only work in highest setting; also sometimes passenger window won't work and rear wiper has quit working before. Just hit 60000 miles and had the "check engine light" come on with a code "P 0135". I can't find out what this code means and need help tracking down blower problem. THANKS for any suggestions.
#3486 of 4276 Re: Need Help [eight]
Dec 13, 2005 (1:17 pm)
I am having a similar problem with a 98 grand voyager. I haven't had it looked at yet but it will sometimes not go in drive or reverse. Turning the engine off and then back on usually corrects the problem. Hope it is not a transmission job. I'm hoping that someone has an answer that will at least help me to reduce my costs when getting it fixed.
#3487 of 4276 grinding sound when sliding on snow
Dec 14, 2005 (1:01 pm)
I'm not sure if this is a problem or not. But I bought my GC 2001 this past Spring and I had not driven it in snow until recently. I've noticed that when I hit a slippery patch of snow my front end grinds kind of like when your ABS kicks in, but I am not applying the brakes. As soon as I get past the slippery patch, it stops. Is this normal, or is this some kind of a problem? Also, I don't know if this has traction control or limited slip on it.
Thanks for any input.