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Hello! to answer your question; No...The intermittent operation is more than likely being caused by loose or oxidized contacts in the motor connector plug...Blower motor switch connector or the blower motor resistor plug...go to Radio Shack and purchase a product called DeOxit...cost $15...It's a two spray can package...A cleaner and contact protector spray...Cans are small you do not need much...Spray all three plugs; both male and female pins...You will notice a bubbling action...No wiping off...This is a no touch spray...This should clear up the problem...On the blower switch plug is a Black/Orange wire which goes to ground...Using an ohmmeter check this wire for zero ohms to ground...On the X10 scale...If you do not read zero ohms...The connection of this wire needs to go to bare metal chassis ground...
First a recall - in case you are having radio issues:
Due to possible water leakage from the air conditioning system, Chrysler has recalled all 2001-02
Dodge and Chrysler minivans with base radios. Moisture can enter the
vent holes on the top of the chassis and short circuit the radio,
possibly causing a fire. Dealers are to remove the radio and apply
protective tape to keep water out.
Next Fuse location: 15 AMP#14DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
it is the motor, regulator, switch or wiring. boy are you in for a lot of fun. the door panel has to be removed, instructions can be found via internet, and check the motor with a test lite. it should lite when you press the window switch (key on), and the other wire should show power when the button is pushed the other direction. if you have power, motor is bad. if no power, check for power at switch, check fuse, get a wiring diagram and dive in, or at that point have it looked at
either something jammed in track/lock-- or actuator rod broke or disconnected from lock --need to remove interior door panel to get to lock release and latch check all rods and clips for damage or missing repair or replace as necessary u can manually unlock the door at latch if something was jammed or stuck in latch
There are three possible situations I can think of. 1, there are usually switches on the main interior light that can be turned off to stop the lights from coming on when the door is opened unless the ignition is on. 2. There is a problem with the ECM or Alarm that was installed. 3. There is a fuse out. Check your fuses on the interior and under the hood of the vehicle.
a common problem with Chrysler/Dodge minivans .. when you open the sliding door you will see two flat brass contacts on the door frame and two spring loaded plungers that connect to the flat brass contacts when the door is closed .. this provides power to the rear door locks when the lock is accuated.. .. i thought the contacts would surely be plated with something but they are not ... if they were plated then you would have to be careful how you clean them . but as it is you can use steel wool or sand paper and a cleaning solvent like alcohol .. clean both contacts and plunger tips .. for reliable operation you have to keep those clean ... in later years they started putting a rolling loop of wire connecting the doors electronics to the cars lock control .. thats probably more reliable .. the danger in the dirty contacts is that you might not know your back doors are unlocked unless you look every time .. and i bet the theves know that also .. ..
From the back of the front door slide your hand in the sliding door crack and find the child-safety-lever. Push the lever up and/or down while moving the sliding door manual lock/unlock button to the up position. Also works on the non-powered sliding door.