Question about 1994 Dodge Grand Caravan
Check the fuses in the engine bay and under the dash on the drivers side. Also common issue would be a corroded wires or a faulty TCM (transmission control module) which is located on the passenger side fender behind the head light. You will see and large wire harness going in to the TCM which is a silver box bolted on the fender.
Inspect the wire harness for corrosion and repair any damages caused by the corrosion. Here is also a link for you to retrieve the DTC code to your Dodge and hopw will help you address the issue your having much easier.
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Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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