Question about 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan
I hear a clicking sound in my 2000 Dodge grand caravan, Sport, 3.3 Lt engine near the Idler pully. Got a new one put in and the clicking is still there also pully is moving a little even after its tighten. What else could be causing this annoying clicking noise. It does stop from time to time.
The belt will usually start making noise when either the pulleys are out of alignment, or if there's water or debris getting on the belt, it will eventually start making noise. Inspect the belt for signs of irregular wear from misalignment, or debris in between the ribs of the belt. If there's debris, then that's the problem. So clean them out. Replace the belt if nothing helps.
Posted on Jul 23, 2013
The bearing in the pulley is a single row ball bearing so you can expect a slight side movement in the pulley. Check the drive belt for cracks. Ensure that the belt is running at the top of the pulley and not down in the groove. Lastly if there is no other obvious problems then change the drive belt
Posted on Jul 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the battery first. Just because the lights are on doesn't mean it has enough power to start the van. If you or the van has a volt meter, the battery should read at least 13-14 volts to be good. If the battery is good then the alternator is good and we move on to the starter solenoid. I'm sure it's one of these. Do the lights go off or very dim when you turn the key? If so then battery.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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RADIATOR FAN RELAY
The radiator fan relay is located below the left front headlamp module Radiator Fan Relay The headlamp module must be removed to access the relay.
Open hood, disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove the left side headlamp bulb from the headlamp housing.
Remove the left headlamp module.
Remove the cover over the relay.
Disconnect the relay connector Radiator Fan Relay
Carefully drill out the two retaining rivets.
Remove relay from vehicle.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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