I don’t have the owner manual for see where is p1491 radiator fan control relay circuit malfunction en una grand caravan van 2000 sport 3.0
Hello, Aster -
I assume you are in the USA.
Your local public library system probably subscribes to one or more automotive repair manual databases, which would include information (with drawings and diagrams) on repair of your Dodge Grand Caravan. The repair manual information for your vehicle will probably have the information and illustration/s you need
If you are not familiar with the auto repair databases, but do have a valid library borrower card, you can find the phone number for the main / headquarters public library system, call the library, ask to be connected to the reference / information desk, and ask one of the librarians to talk you through how log in and access the database where you can see and download (PDF format) the relevant pages for your vehicle.
Note: The headquarters library in your public library system may be the only one open on a Sunday.
If you do not have a valid library borrower card, you will need to visit your local public library and apply for one. You will need an official photo ID (driver's license and perhaps some other form of ID which verifies your residential address - electric bill, cable / dish TV services bill, etc.) to complete your borrower application.
While you are at the local public library, ask one of the reference / information librarians to pace you through access to the auto repair database/s. You can then find the right information and either print the pages you need at the library (may be a printing charge) or send them as an attachment to your email address, so that you can print the pages at home.
Note: If you do not know how to find the phone number for the main public library or do not know where the public library nearest you is, you can conduct a search using your favorite search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo Search, etc.), using this search strategy, with quotation marks as shown:
"Your City Name, State" "public library"
Example: "Upper Sandusky, Ohio" "public library"
Your public library = Your taxpayer dollars at work!
Jan 14, 2018 |
Cars & Trucks