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  1. Tire Inflator Experience

    5th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2020
    Hi All! My 2014 of course didn't come with a spare, just the inflator kit. I have been toying with getting a spare, but I'm not sure given the location of it if I would even use it for a minor leak. So, I am curious what the experience has been with the inflator kit. Did the sealant do the...
  2. Harmonic Balancer Replacement...what else should I do while I'm down there?

    4th. Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2001-2007
    2002 Grand Caravan, 3.3L, 165k hard miles, automatic trans. About to replace the harmonic balancer, wondering what else yall would recommend I do while I'm down there. Parts shop says I'll need to replace the timing cover gasket...but that also "says" I'd need to replace the valve cover...
  3. Remove Catalytic Converter

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    I have a 2000 Grand Voyager that I am attempting to replace the steering pump on. One step is removing the Catalytic Converter to make room. Is this an impossible thing to do on a van with 170K miles? Or does it pop right off? I know there are several bolts to remove, but rusty bolts and I don't...
  4. Power steering pump leak

    3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    1999 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.8L Engine I'm losing power steering fluid through my rusted power steering pump housing. I've reviewed the posts for power steering pump replacement and my repair book. Any suggestions before I get started? It does not look like fun... Questions: 1. Do I really need...
  5. 1994 Grand Voyager 3.0 Fuel pump problems

    2nd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1991-1995
    I was adding fluid to transmission after the start of some problems when engine died. Traced "new" problem to the fuel pump. Checked fuses and relay. Pump works great when hot wired at the mid-car harness to tank. no power from the grn/black wire on other side though even with ignition on...