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2000 dodge caravan

-no speedo, temp guage, dashboard lights, fuel guage,flashers, windows or cooling fans for radiator engine overheats and at full throttle revs bounce up and down any ideas

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Check the ground wire from the battery to engine, make sure it is tight at all connections.

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