Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
If the axles are checking out fine you have a bad transmission, a bad torque converter and or front transmission pump, if it is front drive..... if its rear drive you may still have a bad trans or a sheared off U Joint on the drive shaft...this is standard problems for an automatic system, if its a stick you may have a burnt out clutch assembly, a broken input shaft or out put shaft in the trans, defective shift linkage.
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