The dash lights on our 2002 dodge caravan aren't working. I've looked in the owners manual and can't find anywhere where it says dash lights. Is this a fuse or a lightbulb issue, and what do I do to fix it?
Posted by kmckelvey on
in the fuse panel under the hood beside the battery there is a fuse marked IOD in your nearest right hand corner facing the vehicle. Pull the fuse, wait 3 min. Reinstall fuse.
No kiddin'. That's it.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
What is the spark plug firing order for 3.3 v6 engine
Posted by Guest on
For the 2002 Dodge Caravan (and Grand Caravan) ALL 3.3L V6 Engines (including the Flex Fuel): Also for 3.8L V6 Engines:
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Posted on May 18, 2010
what is the firing order for a 2002 doge 3.3L van
Posted by topbray1 on
Here is the firing order diagram for that vehicle and engine.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
I can't locate the insde fuse box on my 2002 dodge grand caravan. Any suggestions of exactly how to do this, or if there even is one.
Posted by Wayne... on
some are lower in the drivers side dash under the steering column..others are located in the side of the glovebox.. depends on the model..and some are outside under the hood not far from the battery
Posted on Feb 24, 2013
Fuel pressure regulator location on a 2002 Dodge Caravan .The van stalls when trying to slow down or comming to a stop.
Posted by judygibson... on
The regulator is in the fuel tank. You must drop the tank to get to the system It is part of the fuel pump/fuel pressure regulator/fuel level sending unit. If just changing the regulator which you can,make sure you install new o-rings, put a little clean gas on them to install. Cheaper than a new fuel pump.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
2002 dodge grand caravan instrument panel fuse
Posted by humbertome... on
The fuse box is located under the hood. There is component map printed on the inside of the cover. This tells you on your model where the fuse or relay is located
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
I have a Dodge Grand Caravan transmission code P0755 and have used this site to research the probable causes. The electrical connector has been cleaned, pan dropped (no big chunks, only normal wear sediment on the magnet) filter changed. At this point I have a few questions.
What I am getting now leads me to suspect the solenoid pack on the front of the transmission is bad. Is there any way I can verify this without just R&Ring the part before I spend the bucks for it. I am familiar with the use of a multimeter if it is possable to get meter values in order to troubleshoot it further. From the posts I have seen on this I've read of a "B" solenoid, a transmission control module, and a control unit. The code definition says "second and fourth gear clutch solenoid cuircuit malfunction". The transmission supply house said I probably need a shift solenoid pack, Which looks like what is mounted on the front of the tranny.
One solution from this site reads that "2/4 solenoid circuit is opened or shorted to ground. 2/4 solenoid control circuit is shorted to system power. 2/4 solenoid is damaged or has failed, TCM or PCM has failed. This sounds like it comes straight from a service manual wich I am familiar with but how can I isolate these circuit to see which error applies.
Also once I replace it if necessary how do I clear the codes (disconnect battery???) and what is the procedure to "relearn" the transmission for shift feel.
Sorry to run on and on but I would like to be sure I order the correct part so as not to waste my limited bucks.
Any help would be appreciated (except, could be an internal problem you need to take it to get it fixed :))
Posted by krlok on
CODE PO755 AT 2/4 SOLENOID CIRCUIT FAILURE.YOU NEED A SPECIAL SCANNER TO CHECK SOLENOID AND ITS CONTROL CIRCUIT TO SEE WHATS AT FAULT.IF YOU DECIDE TO REPLACE THE 2/4 SOLENOID.YOU NEED A CODE SCANNER TO ERASE CODE.
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
Transmission fluid is leaking from the air conditioner condensor - however i am having trouble figuring out exactly where it is coming from (from a hose or from the condenser itself). The fluid has splattered all over and APPEARS to be coming from the condenser itself....have you seen this happen before?
Posted by rbalen999 on
The transmission fluid is not coming out of your A/C Condenser for that only carries freon through it on the High side of your A/C System. I may be mistaken, but the condenser is mounted on the right front side (or passenger side) of your vehicle. Insofar as your transmission fluid leaking, there are two lines that go directly to your Radiator, either bolted straight in or at times, have a hose with clamps going down one of the tanks of the Radiator. Usually it's on the Driver's side front. This enables the transmission fluid to cool within the radiator before it returns to the transmission pan. It's a sealed "little radiator" within your Radiator, so if it's not leaking from one of the lines, then follow the lines (through the grille), and see if you have an "air-cooled" transmission cooler in front of the Radiator or Condenser. If your vehicle came with a Trailer Towing Package, then this "cooler" will be in front of the Radiator or Condenser at the lowest point. (it also goes through the radiator as I explained above). If the rubber lines are leaking, then it's pretty simple to replace, BUT you have to use Hoses that are meant for carrying oil or transmission fluid. "Normal" hoses will work for a while and then deteriorate causing the leaking problem again. The last thing to check is your transmission's dip-stick. Yes, if that's pulled up and not seated fully, one of your fans could be spraying the transmission fluid everywhere. Also note, that there's a "vent" in the transmission's dipstick that can be cleaned with compressed air. The purpose of the dipstick having a vent on it is to allow built up pressures to vent to atmosphere
(like your PCV system does for the Engine).
I hope somewhere above, you'll be able to find the solution to your problem.
Best of Luck,
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Dodge 2002 Grand Caravan V6 3.3 engine 121K+ miles is overheating. The top hose is cold and cold air is blowing through the vents. I've changed the thermostat but nothing changed. When checked, the radiator was empty & I noticed the heater hose assembly running from the core towards the back of the van was cracked & leaking. Could this be causing the overheating & the lack of coolant circulation? I filled the reservoir & radiator with no effect.
Posted by Anonymous... on
Replace the bad radiator hose first. Second- get you special formulated anti-freeze dye from the auto store and pour it into the radiator. Third- make sure you got all the air pockets out of your system, cause the coolant system won't work with air pockets in it. Fourth- Check for leaks by looking for the colored dye. If it's not the radiator hose, then could possibly be a pin hole in your radiator. Would suggest replacing all the radiator hoses at the same time while you got the coolant system disconnected, cause you don't want to have to come back and replace another hose in a few months.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
rear hatch will not open with remote or manualy using fingers to push on rubber cover over the switch mechanizm. It will open manually with the key only.
Posted by shoptool00... on
ok, then the lock actuator is most likely seized, if you need instructions to repair, let me know, you have to get the part first, this will be a dealer item most likely. Then it's pretty simple. Remove the interior panel on the liftgate, you will see the latch and lock assembly, and a rod coming from it,the rod leads to the actuator. remove the rod, the retaining screws for the actuator, the electrical connector and then reverse for installation. Any issues let me know.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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