Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
I looked at the fuse box and I drove the van and the problem fixed itself. I was thinking that it was the BCM Unit but I found out that it was oil that was on the belt. The BCM had to reconfigure itself before the van works properly. I thank you for your help. Ted
The BCM Unit had to re-learn the systems when I put another unit in. The Windshield wipers use to come on whenever they wanted to without touching the button and the air conditioning stopped working all together, but now it works like new. Everything works perfectly but the only draw back is that the odometer jumped from 94,521 miles to 120,000 miles when I installed the new BCM Unit. I know that the miles were lower but I am happy that the van is running great and everything works just as they are suppose to. I believe that the air conditioner unit did not get the right signal from the BCM and so the motor started to smoke. I ran the engine for 10 minutes and it went away. Thanks again for the advice and have a blessed day. TED
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How ever you might look under the hood and see if you have a fuse pannil there if so on the underneith of the pannil it will have a diagrm of what fuse goes where....best of luck
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