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It has 2 feeds.If you run a ground to the ground side of the relay,engine turns over but doesn,t run ????? The PCM - engine computer isn't supplying the ground for some reason . Anti-theft system problem . Disables fuel an starting systems . Have you checked for codes ?DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .

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I suggest you get one of those manuals people get nowadays
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check vacume lines unless it opperates with a cable might have come undone

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depending on what door it is check the switch in the a post of the b post if its back doors. also known as the light switch, remove switch and clean the switch switch cleaner or well known brand wforty, or leave switch on remove the rubber seal and spray in the switch as you push it in do this a few times and flick the switch a few times.

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The FCM -front control module could be the problem. It is attached to the PDC (power distribution center). Both units combined. it is called an IPM (integrated Power Module). Without testing is would be just a guess . Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop an have it diagnosed .

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If the noid light is working, the pcm is good. Why do you say it burned out? I would check ac voltage at each injector with engine running. If #2 has lower voltage than the others, you probably have a bad wire or connector.

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Usually it is a seal on the radiator coolant tank. The plastic end tanks are sealed onto the aluminum radiator core with a rubber o-ring seal. Inspect up and down the radiator end-tanks.

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It sounds like you may have a bad head gasket, causing normal mechanical compression to pressurize your cooling system. This would be an internal leak with no external visible symptoms. This could have been caused by a recent overheating, but some engines are more prone to this as "normal" aging.

Your auto parts store can test a sample of your coolant for by-products of combustion, just make sure the sample you provide isn't fresh coolant you just added. You'll need to run the engine long enough to get up to normal operating temperature, but don't drive it regularly until you get this problem fixed.

Sometimes coolant will mix with your oil when head gasket is bad, but not every time. If your oil level is high and the oil looks like chocolate milk, it's extremely likely the head gasket is bad.

A compression test will also pinpoint the "bad" cylinder, typically 2 cylinders will show low compression, but not always...but at least one will be low. If it tests as a bad head gasket, you will need to replace both if it's a V6 or V8 for a thorough repair, and have the mating surface of the heads resurfaced.

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It could be the motor, but first i would check the wiring connector at the blower motor and the resistor. They could be melted. Turn it on and very gently wiggle the connector or wires near the connectors and see if that makes it come on.

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it only takes senthetic atf+4 sound like the clutches are slippind

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The speedometer is operated by a cable to the transmission. The gear selector is also a manual linkage. Neither are electronic. There may be something stuck underneath inferring with them directly.

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Dirty fuel injectors. Computer will show misfire on the cylinders that are malfunctioning. If injector cleaner in tank won't clean them, pull them all out and have a professional take them apart and cleaned. Each injector has a screen in it that can get plugged up. Think about Bro, all other stuff has been renewed.

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what were the codes. Just because a part is mentioned in the code doesn't always mean the part is bad.

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Sorry but I would need to look at the door operation first hand to see what is going on. I will say that dirt and lack of lubrication on the rails that the door slides on are the single biggest cause of this.

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Sounds like the locking mechanism is worn out and needs to be replaced any mechanic in you're local area should replace it rather cheaply.

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You can do it yourself, it is under the hood and easy to spot has a huge electrical connector going to it. Contac the company at the website, they can supply a pre-programmed PCM for less than $200.00 (USD) Select your year Dodge Caravan PCM ECM ECU and get back on the road ASAP...

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