Question about 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan
The actual proble is in the BCM which means body control module, i will first check and make sure that all the grounding cables to this vehicle is tight and clean and if they areok and the problem continues it is time to get a new or rebuilt BCM.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
I found that the problem on my Grand Caravan was on the welding mounts where the connector connects to the instrument pannel had come broke,... easy fix. but you have to remove the instrumet cluster.. disaseble it and look at the soldering at that point... mine was clearly broken. a soldering iron and 5 mins of work and woila.. fixed... repair cost $20 and a few hrs of work...
the dealer wanted to replace the istrument cluster and the BCM.. said it was brain dead... they are brain dead..
hopes this helps someone..
save big $$$
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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