Question about 2003 Chrysler Town & Country
I am selling the van and want to fix this leak. What is involved in replacing this (my dealer and mechanic tell me the pack must be replaced even though the trans works fine) and can a guy with average skill tackle this or should it go into the shop?
Depends on where the leak is from,the top or the side with the torx screws,if it's at the top which is usually the problem the gasket is about 5.00 and you have to remove the breather assembly,and the 3 bolts from the top side and wire harness from pack has a 10mm nut holding the harness on,install new gasket,if you remove the torx screws there are 3 springs,cups,and spacers that will fall out so the spacers go into the screw holes and the 3 springs and cans are all the same size so order doesn't matter on these.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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