Last post on Oct 23, 2006 at 2:11 AM
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Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Voyager, Plymouth Voyager, Chrysler Town and Country, Van
#4144 of 4276 Re: grand voyager 2002 electrical problem [1heinz7]
Aug 06, 2006 (11:26 pm)
I have a similar, if not same symptom. I have changed the battery, and ignition switch. Get yours fixed??
I have a 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport, 89K miles.
Intermittent loss of accessories (wiper, radio, blower) ONLY
when starting car.
Always works in accessory (non-run) position.
Problem goes away on its own in run position, and usually
will stay on until next start cycle. I cannot find shock sensitive
relay or loose harness in area of ignition column.
No "dead spot" apparent in ignition key area.
#4145 of 4276 Re: Humming Noise Coming from under the gas tank [rob2003176]
Aug 07, 2006 (1:01 pm)
I have a similar problem with my 2003 Dodge Caravan. I am requesting you to share with me any tips you received to fix the problem.
#4146 of 4276 Re: Humming Noise Coming from under the gas tank [jfenza]
Aug 07, 2006 (1:19 pm)
Pretty much for any vehicle built with fuel injection since the late 1970s you should have a humming noise from the gas tank area. Why? Most (if not all) vehicles with fuel injection have an electric fuel pump either on or in the gas tank. Assuming the pump is in the fuel tank (as I believe is the case with DC MiniVans), you will definitely hear the humming noise, especially when the tank is nearing empty.
#4147 of 4276 Re: grand voyager 2002 electrical problem [1heinz7]
Aug 08, 2006 (7:32 pm)
I'm anew member and I was reading the post and saw yours, I have a 01 grand that was doing the same thing had it to the dealer 3 times. could not find anything wrong. Then they got a new mech. the 4th. time I was there he heard the problem. and put a new ignition sw. in and it sovled the problem.
Aug 10, 2006 (7:16 am)
Anyone know right off the top of their heads what size chrome lug nuts a 01 GC with steel wheels takes?
#4149 of 4276 Romoving 2 cross bars on luggage rack-2000 Plymouth Voyager.
Aug 10, 2006 (10:40 am)
My Son is going on vacation- He has a 2000 Plymouth Voyager Van- Can you remove the cross-bars on the luggage rack so we can use a Sears-X-cargo luggage container instead?
The 2 sliding cross bars are not far enough apart to allow the X-cargo to sit flush on the roof-
Thanks for any help.
#4150 of 4276 Re: Lug Nuts [mikew58]
Aug 10, 2006 (5:05 pm)
Take one lug nut off the wheel and use at the store you are buying the replacement lugs, to get the correct size.
#4151 of 4276 Re: Lug Nuts [masterpaul1]
Aug 11, 2006 (6:15 am)
Thanks, but actually I was buying for a vehicle that was not available. They are 12 X 1.5.
#4152 of 4276 Re: blinking assessory lights [rhy1]
Aug 12, 2006 (9:19 am)
have you got any solutions? becasue I have the same problem.
#4153 of 4276 Stiff Power Door...
Aug 12, 2006 (10:15 pm)
I did a search on this and didn't find any hits. Hmmm, could ours be the first? Not likely.
So, over the last week Mrs. Shipo has been complaining that the left side power sliding door of our 2003 DGC ES has gotten very stiff when operated manually. I tried it and sure enough, it operates perfectly normal in power mode, however, opening and shutting it in manual mode is rather difficult taking a fair amount of arm strength to slide the door along the track. Having never taken the mechanism apart my first inclination is to suspect a problem with the "Star Wheel" disengaging from the motor. Does this device have some sort of a clutch or does the motor free-wheel rotate in manual mode?
Any of y'all ever had this problem before?