Last post on Feb 11, 2011 at 6:38 AM
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Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Auto Repair, Van
#76 of 82 Re: possible solution to rattles [dabushner]
Oct 07, 2010 (6:47 pm)
What exactly "brake kit" was it called
#77 of 82 Re: possible solution to rattles [bevans]
Oct 10, 2010 (7:44 pm)
I am going to answer my own question. I have found the problem. Most of your vehicles have a anti rattle clip on the brakes. I am missing one of the two on the rear passenger brake pad. If I hit the tire the rattle is heard. If I push on the brake pad and hit the tire the rattle is gone. Hence the missing clip is the reason for the rattle. I am having it fixed in the morning. We will see what it cost to fix the clip. I will let every one know. The kit is a brake pad kit.
2009 Dodge GC SXT
#78 of 82 Moaning sound when turning right!
Oct 24, 2010 (2:04 pm)
Have 2007GC with 51k miles, for last six months when turning right, after braking get a moaning/WHOooo sound, usually when vehicle is hot; brake job, new tires, rear shocks, tie-rod ends, half-dozen trips to the shop; the other sound is the moaning I get in my right ear from the wife; HELP; never happens when turning left, or when stopping and going straight, only after braking and then making a more less 90degree right turn.
#79 of 82 Re: Moaning sound when turning right! [ffredfg]
Oct 25, 2010 (1:42 pm)
The moaning sound is coming from your wallet for another (one of many to come) Chrysler / Dodge repairs.
Actually, its probably a round disk like thing that goes near one or both of your front wheels. Not sure on the part name but when mine were replaced it fixed my moaning problem for exactly the same issue.
Mini Van Dad
Dec 17, 2010 (1:38 pm)
can someone tell me how much does it cost to replace front and rear shock and struts for town and country 04.thanks
#81 of 82 Turbine sound
Jan 23, 2011 (5:11 pm)
I have a very well maintained 2005 Grand Caravan 3.8 with 137K miles, we are getting a loud whine that tracks engine rpm. It gets increasingly loud with time, especially after several hours of highway driving, after which it is hard to bear. I have changed the Xmsn fluid several times to no avail (the tranny works fine and has been carefully maintained). I have an oil extractor and am considering changing the steering fluid based on several previous posts - anybody have any recommendations or insights? Thanks in advance.
#82 of 82 05 Chrysler T&C cold start chirping
Feb 11, 2011 (6:38 am)
Ive just recently had my rack & pinion replaced as well as catalytic converter, when I got it back Ive noticed a morning chirp, which once warmed up and moving goes away. Ive looked online and it would seem its that the serp belt needs tightening? Would value others opinions on it and whether you think its related to the R&P or cat replacement?