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  1. 2012 town and country fuel vent wiring

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    I was fixing the mud guard in the rear left wheel well and noticed a 3 wire male connector on the vent tube near the fill cap. There was a female plug about 10” below not plugged into anything but not long enough to reach. I am also dealing with a fuel tank pressure sensor code and am wondering...
  2. Oil pressure gauge not rising

    2nd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1991-1995
    I was working on doing a coolant flush this morning. After refilling the radiator, I got into the vehicle to start it up. When I did, the "CHECK GAGES" light came on, and when I looked to the right I saw that the oil pressure gauge had not gone up at all. The other gauges were all working fine...
  3. Excessive pressure in coolant system

    4th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    I have a 2002 Dodge grand caravan, 3.3 engine. 137,000 miles. The problem started 2 years ago when top radiator hose blew off going down highway. Filled coolant system back up and put a screw type clamp on hose. From time to time the hose would be very tight and system still was pressured even...
  4. Fuel pressure/starting issue, 96 GV 3.3l

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hi all! I've done some searching and haven't found any threads that address this issue specifically. My 1996 Grand Voyager with the 3.3L cranks for a very long time when starting cold. Warm starts are OK. Sounds like a fuel issue, right? So I hooked up the pressure gauge to the fuel rail, and...
  5. Brake Problem - Master Cylinder?

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    Hi everyone. I'm new here. I just wanted to come on here and get some opinions, as a lot of you seem very knowledgable on the ins and outs of these vans. Mine is a 96 Grand Voyager 3.3, and I have recently had brake problems. Early last year I changed the pads in the front, (and know it is now...