Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
Hi, if the prior owners kept to the maintenance schedule then at 90K your Caravan should of had its major things done, mainly the spark plugs and tune up items. At 97K Dodge just wants normal things inspected fluids belts ect. oil change and rotate tires. At 100K they want the cooling system flushed. If the previous owner did not supply you with the maintenance history I would recommend having it inspected to see if the spark plugs were done and if not do them and the cooling system serviced. This will give your mechanic a sound starting place to keep you running fine. Hope this helps and happy motoring
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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