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  1. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    I've got a 2007 T&C, 220k miles, with a plugged cat. I'm considering either replacing it or, *cough* not replacing it *cough. It looks like there are some methods to trick the computer into not throwing a P0420 by using a couple of spark plug defoulers to raise the trailing O2 sensor out of the...
  2. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    Hello. My Grand Voyager 2001-2007 (RG) 3.3 6V has P0171 problems. I want to check the Lambda sensor. But I do not reach the Oxygen sensor. Impossible position (why not in front, that appears like malignity). Not from above, not from below. How can I remove the O2 sensor? I will check, and...
  3. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    So the trip computer is showing 14mpg on the current tank of gas. We use to average about 18mpg with the same driving. No SES or CEL is on. 106K on the van. 3.8L engine. It is not missing and the current champion plugs and OEM wires have about 50-60K miles on them. From my reading I am...
  4. 3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hi everybody! Just found this great forum - lots of info!!! Thanks! My wife and I :) drive 2000 Grand Caravan 3.8L. It has 245000 km (it's Canada, so it's metric :) Once in a while I get code P0303 - cylinder 3 misfire. It occurs couple time a year. I replaced spark pugs + wires twice...
  5. 4th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    2003 Caravan SE w/3.3 litre & 165,000 km. On going issues with my check engine light. Runs well, unfortunately horrible mileage and persistent check engine light. I removed wipers/cowling and with engine warmed up ran all around the intake manifold, vac hoses etc with my propane sniffer without...
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