Question about 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan
There is a little plastic part that breaks .. it holds a cable in tension that connects the window to the window motor .. .. if the motor still makes a noise when operated then the cable plastic part is likely broken .. the cable then usually becomes hopelessly tangled and requires replacement ... the new cable assembly comes with a diagram that is really needed since the routing is complacated .. what looks like a simple job is actually quite difficult if you havent done it before .. the part itself (cable assembly) is expensive (for what it is) .. and labor almost doubles that excessive cost .. you can do it yourself if you have a lot of patients and are mechanically inclined ... if the motor does not run then there are many things .. a fuse, bad motor, broken wire at hinge , bad switch .. all can be easily tested with the right equipment .. i would suggest getting an estimate on repairs then determine if you are willing to risk your sanity to do it yourself ..
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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