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  1. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    Hey Guys, After scouring the net (this forum and google), I am completely stumped on what is going on with my van. First went out one morning, had a No crank/No start situation. Which turned to being able to start it, but observed the following erratic behaviour: ALL gear selector...
  2. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    3.8l v6. cooling fans not running even when ac on. jumper tested fans at relay and they run. prior to me owning it, it appears someone made numerous repairs to wires under the ipm. the baffling problem is that i noticed a nick in insulation in the brown/violet wire coming from the pcm, and...
  3. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    I've seen info on here about other places to get new PCMs. I don't need one of those yet. But I do need to get a new IPM. Is there any place to get a new one other than from Chrysler; and will they program it for you by your VIN? 2005 Grand Caravan 3.8L
  4. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    2003 Dodge Caravan, Virginia Coastal Region, 118,000 miles, 3.8 L With the ignition off, there is no power to the overhead lights, electric locks (key remote or otherwise), etc. All appears to work with the ignition on (even the key remote). Checked all the fuses, but not all the relays. Tried...
  5. Introduce Yourself and Your Minivan
    The heater fan stays on high (knob position doesn't effect it) on our 2001 T&C. I've searched here with many different wordings and haven't located a thread on it. Searching other sites I've seen where some have advised replacing the IPM behind the glove box. I've removed the glove box enough...
  6. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    Have a tough one, at least for me... Have a 01GC 3.3L with 140k miles on it. Replaced alternator/generator with reman one ~2 years ago to deal with squeeling ADP. Have used tie wraps in past to adjust wire harnesses away from heat shields and rubbing into edges of parts. Replaced battery...
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