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My 2005 dodge caravan sliding doors are very noisy. Too much air and road noise. How can I tighten doors to eliminate noise?

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  • Paulette Drake Nov 01, 2012

    We need the sliding doors to close tighter. We have never taken off doors

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I would check the weather striping first to see if they are worn down. If that doesnt work ur dooors might be tweaked to where they arent sealing off very well. U can try to tighten at hinges but if its not possible the alternative is go to junkyard to get another door!

Posted on Nov 01, 2012

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99% chance it is the blower resister located behind glove box. Squeeze glove box in and pull out.
The resistor is right behind it, dealer part cost less then $20.
Dodge has had this problem for over ten years and until recently did nothing. Now they combine fuse with resistor, suppose that will correct it?

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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Those wires are called track wiring and it depends what options you have, if you have power sliding doors, they run power and ground to the motor that moves the door, it's a common problem for the wire to break and your door want move. If thats what your problem is, just replace the wiring and the power door will work properly. The wiring is also for the power locks so they will lock and unlock.

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First, keep in mind that as you begin to remove these doors you run the risk of causing serious scratches to the paint and glass, so put some masking tape and/or plastic sheeting around both sides of the door (rear quarter panel and rear glass, front door and front door glass)
I would get a Haynes repair guide since that's what I have to work from and it will tell you step by step with pictures, what to do. It's not hard, but you need to get all of the attach points unhooked to be successful. Suggest you have a helper working with you to keep the door steady.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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could be a partially broken wire in the wiring harness that runs in the door track. the wires are inside what looks like a plastic chain that allows it to move with the door and have seen them partially break not allowing power to flow the whole time

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SOURCE: power sliding door opens part way

Replace the wire track harness in the lower door opening.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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