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I believe this can be done now.I saw something on this at the dealership.This was available thru the dealership only.What you can do is call your nearest dealer and talk to the parts department.They should be able to tell you.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On your van the solenoid is attached to the starter. If you can get a solenoid separate (i don't know if you can) then you will need to take the starter off and remove the solenoid (2 screws holding it on) and the wires (on red and one black i believe) pay attention to which wire goes where because you don't want to reverse it on the new solenoid.
Posted on May 12, 2009
remove the ignition coil pack ( 2 10mm bolts on front of it and 2 13 mm nuts on the back side) u will need a long extension and deep socket for the back ones , and unplug all electrical connectors and remove it from the vehicle and you should be able to reach the back plugs without a problem.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
On top of the window motor there is a timing cam -- there is a little tab on the bottom that is most likely broken or bent. You need to replace the cam.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
If you live in a area in which salt is used on the roads, you probably have a corroded ground connection.
These can be tough to find since there are several grounding points in most vehicles.
When a ground fails, the current (the applied 12V) will find its own path to ground and can pass through different light bulbs on the way.
If it was only the signal flasher creating problems, this can be caused by a single failed light bulb; the flashers are thermal devices and when the current is lower than it should be, the rapid flashing alerts you to the failure.
You might consider buying an after-market service manual from Haynes (my first choice) or Chilton. The manuals I have for our various vehicles give a general location for the grounding points; for example, 'Right side engine'
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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