Question about 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan
Your air coil in front of the rad may be blocked up with dirt & the rad fins may be also blocked. Pressure wash them thoroughly & make sure your serpentine belt is not too worn & slipping. Check the rad for loose fins or disintegrated fins. If it's not looking good, have the rad replaced or recored. This will more than likely solve your problem. Hope this helps you. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure it's cool, pop the radiator cap, Remove the shield on the passenger side between the tire and front of engine. Relieve the tension on the serp belt,draw yourself a diagram of the pulleys and belt routing in case the sticker is gone on the strut tower, remove the serp belt. Take the bolts out of the pulley on the front of the water pump (3). Remove the lower radiator hose at the front cover to drain the coolant. Remove the 6 mm bolts holding the water pump to the front cover housing. tap on the pump with a rubber hammer. Install a new gasket on the new pump, and a weap hole diverter in the pump (round black about hte size of a quarter), use old one if there's no new one. Install pupm and tighten bolts snug with a 1/4" ratchet. Install pulley and 3 bolts. Install belt, top off radiator with 50/50 mix green coolant. start engine and run to operating temperature,make sure the belt is seated in all of the pulleys and is running true, radiator fans should come on. Shut engine down and let cool overnight. Check level in radiator and overflow bottle, top off as necessary.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
The tumblers in the lock cylinder are stuck and this prevents the key from turning. Spray some lubricant into the cylinder, insert the key in and out numerous times and also hit the end of the key with a rubber hammer while it is in the cylinder and this will help to release the tumblers.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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