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difficult to say on the costs but when you get a wide range of codes, it indicates a problem ECM so I would start with an ecm reset using the scanner tool. After that substituting the ECM with a known good unit

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Oct 13, 2018


The power window control panel just snaps in place. Usually, a small thin blade screw driver can be inserted at the edge of the panel, and the panel can be lifted up.
The switch is a sealed unit and it is very difficult to "jump".
If your dash lights dim, when the button is pressed, this may indicate a significant power draw. It most likely would be that the motor is bad.

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Feb 06, 2018


The problem you describe sounds more like the track for the window. Lubing it will not accomplish much. Many just replace the tracks. The motor gets hot may be because it is getting high resistance from the tracks.

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2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Feb 01, 2018


its hanging on the e brake shoes. you have to retract them. you need a brake spoon or screw driver to do this

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 30, 2018


no easy way to fix .just got to take out the side pannel . be carefull the plastic is very brittle

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 21, 2018


Sounds like you need to replace the cabin air filter. Here is a link to a page that shows you that this filter is located up under the dash behind the glove box. You do not need to remove the glove box. Just look up under. You will see it. Visit this web site. Dodge Grand Caravan cabin air filter location From year 2001 2002 2003...

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Dec 29, 2017


You probably have a bad right side C V shaft. The shaft has a spline joint in the middle; over time water gets inside and rusts the splines causing it to slip(makes grinding noise), and it will not turn the wheel, causing the wheel speed sensor to cause the traction light to illuminate. Replace the C V shaft (reman ones are really cheap)

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Dec 14, 2017


disable door lock...Close all of the doors of the Caravan and insert the key into the ignition.

Move the key to the "ON" position, and then back to the "OFF" position. Repeat this step four times.

Press the driver's side door lock to the "LOCK" position within 10 seconds of turning the ignition to the "OFF" position. If done properly, a single chime will emit from the Caravan to indicate that you have disabled the auto-lock feature.

also a good video on how to remove door lock on Caravan....youtube.
hope this helps a little

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Dec 01, 2017


The TIPM totally integrated power module may have corrosion causing cross feeding into other circuits .

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 27, 2017


The door is detecting something (or thinks it is detecting something) in the closing path, causing it to reverse.

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 24, 2017


could be cold oil in the power steering making the pump whine or in the transmission
may be a transmission oil change or pump oil change could point to the problem

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 19, 2017


YOU don't. Call a locksmith to cut new keys and program them to the sensor in the column at the switch.

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Aug 29, 2017


so you have injector problem and crank sensor problem,
crank sensor this will make it hard to start, and black smoke and smell of fuel would be the injector staying open. have you checked the earth condition on the sensor plugs, there is a earth wire on each sensor, you will need to check them with a meter, if the garage has checked the sensors and said they are fine that is were i would be looking. dont under stand changing the pcm without doing this test first, if earth is fine then i would start checking the other sensor wire, you will need the ecu layout of the plug. and find the wire code for the sensors and check the sensor end to the ecu end and make sure they have a good feed. if you find a problem you will need to re wire and cut the old connections and fit the new wire/s to the wiring, or if you have a lot of luck you may find the brake in the wire, most common is any where its hot and also when the wiring connections are they look like blocks, these blocks can sometimes let water in and corrode the connections, clean them and replace the seal on the plug. hope this helps.

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jul 13, 2017


very possible
best go to a wreckers/junk yard and get the stick that is the same length as the broken one
the critical distance is from where the stick sits on the end of the tube to where the oil level marks are .
from the tube up length does not matter

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jul 10, 2017


Make sure all tires are chalked,put vehicle in neutral,turn drum till it has a clear spot to knock stud out,use hammer and wooden block,don't use metal punch,can cause burr on end of stud and not want to come out of hole.Both tires on back may need lifted in air to turn.

2006 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jul 05, 2017

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