There is no way to know what is turning on the light without a scanner, which is a diagnostic tool for reading trouble codes that cause the light to come on. If you have an AutoZone parts store near you, they'll hook up to your car and give you the trouble code for free. This will give you an idea of what's wrong.
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Any of a dozen things ... from a leaking fuel filler cap to low oil. You should check all the normal things a driver should check before you drive again - oil, coolant, air pressure, fuel cap (tight) washer fluid. If you find nothing wrong, you should have your mechanic have a look.
It is for the radiator fan relay control circuit.It means there is a problem in the cooling fan relay circuit.Could be the relay,wiring,or the fans.Check the fuses and relay over if it looks good then you have to take it in to get it diagnosed.You need a scan tool and you also need to know how to use a multimeter.Hope this helps.Good luck.
I am going to assume that you do not mean the Check engine light that would trip DTC's.
To reset the service light turn the ignition to the on position (without starting the motor) and push the brake pedal three times within 5 seconds. Light should turn off. This is the procedure for 1999 Caravans and I suspect the 2000 is the same.
Darrell, The trans went into limp mode. 41te trans do funny things. The limp setting is so you can get home or to the dealer. As for the slipping , check fluid first. If ok scan for codes from trans...
The check engine light on means there is a code stored in the ECM. You will have to have the OBD II system scanned and cleared. The other problem is probably just a blown fuse. If you need more help get back to me.