Last post on Apr 08, 2013 at 5:52 PM
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Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge Grand Caravan, Van
#25 of 27 Re: 2006 Town and County lemon law/power sliding doors not working [endorphin8]
Jul 14, 2012 (4:11 pm)
I am glad to say that I traded in my Dodge Caravan!!! I too will never have a Dodge vehicle again! It took me several tries to get my van doors fixed, and it only worked for three months! The customer Service told me that they did all they could do to try to fix it!!I keep it until it got payed off, then traded it for a new non Dodge vehicle. Had troubles with brakes pedal and windows too! I too think that the doors are the main safety issue. Most diffently needs to have a recall on the doors! I feel for anyone you has to deal with the Dodge Customer Service. They are not easy to deal with! I almost forgot. I have had two other friends have problems with their Dodge van doors, and they have traded their vans in too!
#26 of 27 08 T & C touring fuel modular
Sep 07, 2012 (4:20 pm)
have 08 T & c touring and the fuel modular went out. any other people having this problem? also i noticed that there a lot of brake issues. any recommended parts that I can buy?????
#27 of 27 sliding door drive cable installation
Apr 08, 2013 (5:52 pm)
I am sorry for all the problems expressed above. My 2003 T & C is doing well, so far, in the areas discussed. However, I have a problem that it seems has happened only to my van. The "drive cable" broke into. i parked on an incline, set the door in motion to open, and the cable just snapped into. Must have already been frayed, and the extra weight popped it, I suppose. My problem is, how to install the new cable. If anyone has done so, and can provide info as to how to get to the channels and route the cable--a schematic would be nice--and, warning about any pitfalls or difficulties, I would greatly appreciate it.