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The Dodge Caravan, a series of vehicles produced by Chrysler from 1984 to 2020, is an iconic range that established Chrysler's reputation in the minivan market. The Caravan is unique as it was offered both as cars and trucks. The Dodge Grand Caravan, boasting a long wheelbase, was introduced in 1987. With five generations produced over 36 years, the Caravan stands as Dodge's second longest-lived model. The Caravan offered a range of engines, all four-wheel drive, including a 2.5L turbo, paired with a 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission. The introduction of the computer-controlled Ultradrive four-speed automatic transmission in 1989 offered improved fuel economy and response but had some reliability issues. In 1991, Dodge innovated the minivan market by introducing second-row seats for two children. These seats continued to be a staple until the final Generation V model in 2010. The Caravan, with its different body structure that allows a higher bonnet and seat height, was built on the S platform, offered in two wheelbase options. Interior configurations varied from basic models with seating for five to the LE version offering seating for seven across three rows. The evolution of the Caravan over the years shows its constant adaptation to consumer preferences and market trends.

Over time, even robust vehicles like the Dodge Caravan can face mechanical issues. Common problems reported by drivers include engine troubles and braking system malfunctions. Often, the engine may stall or shut down while driving, sometimes after the vehicle has been running for a bit. Symptoms include misfires, rough idling, a loss in power and acceleration, a reduction in gas mileage, and a lit Check Engine Light. These issues can often be traced back to a faulty ignition coil. Braking problems, on the other hand, tend to be linked to a faulty parking brake cable or a worn-out coil spring insulator. Drivers have reported excessive road noise, a grinding noise when turning, and premature wear of front brakes and tires. The Parking Brake Light may also illuminate on the dashboard. Replacement of the parking brake cable or coil spring insulator can often resolve these issues. Additionally, headlights, essential for safe driving, can degrade after repeated use. For a secure driving experience, maintaining a bright and high-performing headlight is crucial.

In terms of quality, OEM parts emerge as the premier choice. These components are directly manufactured by Dodge, adhering to stringent factory guidelines, and are subjected to rigorous quality control procedures during production. Discover the OEM Dodge Caravan parts, including Exhaust, Wiper & Washers And Cylinder & Keys you need here, all at unbeatable market prices. Every genuine Dodge Caravan part, like Air Conditioning & Heater we stock comes with the reassurance of the manufacturer's warranty. Additionally, we offer a seamless return policy and speedy delivery service for a truly worry-free shopping experience.

Dodge Caravan Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: What Are the Signs of a Failing Water Pump?
    A: A failure in the water pump can lead to engine damage so be sure to check for a leak, remove the lower engine splash shield, and use a flashlight to look for traces of coolant residue. If the water pump shaft bearings do not work, there may be a howling sound near the water pump. If there is no heat output, it may indicate a failing water pump.
  • Q: How to remove the Fuel Injector and Fuel Rail on Dodge Caravan?
    A: Disconnect the battery cable and fuel injector electrical connectors. Detach the injector wiring harness and fuel delivery line quick-connect fitting. Remove the fuel rail mounting bolts and carefully pull up on the fuel rail. Remove the O-rings from each injector and replace with new O-rings and grommet. Install the injector retainer clip and push the injector into the mounting pipe. Tighten the fuel rail retaining bolts and check for leaks.
  • Q: How Do You Remove an Air Conditioning Pressure Switch on Dodge Caravan?
    A: Unplug the electrical connector and use a wrench to unscrew the HVAC Pressure Switch from the NC line. Discard the old 0-ring seal and replace it with a new one, lubricated with clean refrigerant oil. Screw the HVAC Pressure Switch back in place until hand tight, then tighten securely and reconnect the electrical connector.