:hi2: acisidro and welcome to the Chrysler Minivan Fan Club Forum. We hope your experience here is a pleasant one.hi all. newbie here, and I am really glad there is a forum dedicated to chrysler minivans. all the topics and subsequent replies are priceless!
2003 T & C 2.4L SWB I4 A/T - 80k mi
2003 T & C 3.8L LWB V6 A/T - 105k mi
What's your vehicle repair experience level? lots? backyard mechanic? as a hobby? as employment?
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Library Information - General:
Your local Library subscribes to various data bases of information, some of those may be related to automobiles. Typically, using your Library card # and a Library password, you can access this information at home. It may be worthwhile checking with your local Library to see what they have available and how to access it from your home computer.
Library Information - ARRC:
Public access to this has been changed. If your library has access to EBSCOhost Databases, then go to the Auto Repair Reference Center (ARRC), and submit your vehicle model year and take it from there.
Note: If info isn't there for your year / model, try another year or similar model.
- inexpensive, about $30.00
- gives replacement / repair procedures
- gives maintenance schedules
- gives torque specifications
- gives fault codes
- gives information on regular maintenance
- gives information on tires
- gives information on body work
The manual is a worthwhile investment.