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The Dodge Grand Caravan is a renowned series of minivans produced by Chrysler from 1984 to 2020. Initially a variant of the Dodge minivan, it was marketed both as a passenger car and a truck, making it a versatile choice for consumers. In 1987, it debuted with a long wheelbase, a feature that became standard by 2008. Engine options were paired with either a 3-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission or a 5-speed manual transmission. However, the most opulent model and the V6 variants were exclusively automatic. An upscale ES model was introduced in 1991, offered until 2003 before being replaced by the SXT model. A crucial aspect of the Grand Caravan's design was its focus on passenger comfort and cargo space. This was achieved through a longer wheelbase, a flat floor, a high roof, straighter side profile, and larger rear doors and windows. A front-wheel-drive configuration was standard, with some models offering all-wheel drive. Its safety features were commendable, earning it four stars for driver and passenger frontal impact and high scores for side impact. A unique feature of the Grand Caravan was its seating system that allowed easy installation, removal, and adjustment of the seats. With these compelling attributes, the Dodge Grand Caravan established itself as a major player in the minivan market.

Despite its luxury status and performance-focused design, the Dodge Grand Caravan isn't immune to certain issues over time. First among these are electrical problems, with the minivan's heavy reliance on electricity contributing to various symptoms such as engine misfires, rough idling, loss of power and acceleration, reduced fuel efficiency, and occasional backfiring or starting issues. Additionally, the seats may move slowly or not at all, indicative of potential issues with the ignition coil or seat motor. Secondly, the braking and suspension systems can pose problems. The vehicle might exhibit ineffective parking brakes, with the Parking Brake Light persistently illuminated, alongside excessive road noise, grinding, rattling, and squeaking sounds when turning. If the handling becomes sluggish, it's worthwhile checking the parking brake cable, sway bar bushing, or coil spring insulator. Furthermore, even though the headlight's importance may be overlooked until needed in the dark, it's a part subject to wear and tear. Regular maintenance of the headlight is critical for safe driving.

In terms of quality and longevity, OEM parts are top-tier. This is because they are made according to Dodge's demanding factory specifications and go through strict quality control. With, you have access to an extensive inventory of genuine Dodge Grand Caravan parts, all priced competitively. Feel secure in your purchase, as all our OEM Dodge Grand Caravan parts are covered by the manufacturer's warranty. Plus, we offer a hassle-free return policy and speedy delivery service.

Dodge Grand Caravan Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Replace an Alternator?
    A: Detach the cable from the battery and electrical connector(s) from the alternator. Loosen the alternator adjustment and mounting bolts and detach the drivebelt. Remove the adjustment and pivot bolts and separate the alternator from the engine. Take the old one with you when purchasing a replacement unit. Make sure the new/rebuilt unit looks identical to the old one. Switch the pulley if necessary. Installation is the reverse of removal. Adjust the drivebelt tension and check the charging voltage.
  • Q: What is the Fuel Vapor Canister System,Canister Purge Valve and Vapor Canister?
    A: This system traps and stores fuel vapors. It consists of a charcoal-filled canister, purge solenoid, relief valve, and connecting lines. When the engine is off, the charcoal absorbs the vapor, and when it's on, the vapor is routed to the intake manifold. The canister is purged using engine vacuum, and the relief valve vents the fuel tank. Inspect for damage and test the canister and solenoid. The canister is located behind the headlight, and the solenoid is on the firewall or fender well.
  • Q: How to Replace the Camshaft Position Sensor,Coolant Temperature Sensor,Knock Sensor,MAP Sensor,Oxygen Sensor,Speed Sensor and Throttle Position Sensor on Dodge Grand Caravan?
    A: To remove the camshaft reference sensor on 3.3L and 3.8L models, detach the sensor lead, loosen the bolt, and remove the sensor. If reusing, clean the sensor face and replace the spacer and O-ring. To install a new sensor, ensure it has a paper spacer and mount the O-ring. For the charge temperature sensor, unplug the connector, replace the sensor, and secure it with tape. For the coolant sensor, replace the cap, and the sensor, and check the coolant level. For the crankshaft sensor, unplug the connector, loosen the bolt, remove the sensor, and replace the spacer if reusing. For the TPS, check resistance readings, and replace if it is incorrect.