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Grinding noise coming from near the waterpump when I put the 04 town and country in gear.

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Hello i have the same van same year same noise.from what i was told a friend of mine had that same noise on his dodge caravan same year he got rid of the noise by replasing the altenator.the mechanic told him that these vans suffer from weak bearings inside the altenator and after a while they all sound the same.

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