Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
2000 Grand Caravan 3.3 Flex - Replaced EXPLODED engine, now reports "Insufficient Catalyst". Van runs fine, and averages 25 MPG. Front O2 sensor repalced before motor. Tired of engine (and Air Bag) light(s). Cruise light comes on with lamp test, but cruise will not engage. Related to air bag light?
The downstream O2 sensor will probably fix the catalyst efficiency code. That code usually pops up when a new sensor is on the front and the old and slower sensor is still on the rear. The PCM compares them to decide if the converter is working. The airbag and cruise is probably a bad clockspring. It lives right behind the steering wheel. Disconnect the battery before attempting repairs on the airbag system for your own safety. You don't want an accidental deployment while working that close. I hope this helps.
Posted on May 29, 2009
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