Question about Dodge Caravan
The best thing to do is take it to your nearest Autozone. They will hook it up to their little hand held diagnostic computer.And it is free for them to check. That will tell you why the check engine light is on. I would say that you need to do that. There could be about 100 reasons for it to do this. I would say that the throttle positioning sensor is probably the problem. Or is the most common. But that little diagnostic computer will tell you a lot more.!
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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