Question about 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan
I have the same problem with my Grand Caravan 2000 model. I fixed it once where it cost me approx $1500. We travel on a lot of gravel and it is Winter here a lot. Because the lines are right behind the wheel on the passenger side (what a silly place for such and important piece). It broke again anyway and now another $1500. Not!
I did find after much searching some parts on StreetRodGuys.com . It is a couple of pieces that screw onto the lines going to the back....thereby blocking the rear air off. We really didn't use it that much anyway...the rear that is. They say that when you recharge it to use about a pound less freon when it is recharged. Part is around $50. I plan on using R12a which is colder freon than R134a or R12 so should work fine. Parts just came this week.
Makes it much more bearable in the heat.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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