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223k on my 96 GV 3.3. Orig trans and Engine from what I can tell. Bought from single owner that did pre-m and repairs 90% at dealer so I know it had ATF+4 all it's life.

I bought it with 152k on the clock, best 50 bucks ever spent!

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115k on my 97! Change my oil and filter every 3,000, did 2 trans fluid and filter changes to flush whatever crap may have been in there, and thing runs fantastic! It was grandma owned!


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425,000 miles this week.
Recently replaced the Autozone Alternator and Powersteering pump again. RockAuto Balljoints are shot again, its always the non-factory parts that are dying on me:wall:

Bought the entire leather and suede interior out of a 2000 T&C last weekend, along with the front and rear bumpers! I've been backed into and rear ended by three different Fords recently, gotta fix all those awful dents.
 

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Those Fords are aggressive, likely the hostile looking LED lights causing it. :)
 

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I'd have to agree with that. My '97 Voyager SE owes me nothing at 166K on the same bullet and trans. This weekend is refurbed fuel injectors, throttle body service, plugs wires and a new upstream oxygen sensor. No runability problems but these are maintenance things that are due. Also just put on a new set of front pads and rotors. The rotors were the originals.
 

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Right now 97 caravan around 220,000 miles. Battery removed for attempted electrical problem and repairs. Came back here to see if I could find any ideas.
It's been a disaster for 4 months.
 

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Three years ago I sold my 98 GCV which was starting to rust badly. I moved from Long Island to Durham NC. Its amazing how many 4th and older generation Caravans and Voyagers are down here. I guess because they very rarely use salt on the roads that keeps them in good shape.
 
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