Dodge Grand Caravan - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


The transmission fluid is not coming out of your A/C Condenser for that only carries freon through it on the High side of your A/C System. I may be mistaken, but the condenser is mounted on the right front side (or passenger side) of your vehicle. Insofar as your transmission fluid leaking, there are two lines that go directly to your Radiator, either bolted straight in or at times, have a hose with clamps going down one of the tanks of the Radiator. Usually it's on the Driver's side front. This enables the transmission fluid to cool within the radiator before it returns to the transmission pan. It's a sealed "little radiator" within your Radiator, so if it's not leaking from one of the lines, then follow the lines (through the grille), and see if you have an "air-cooled" transmission cooler in front of the Radiator or Condenser. If your vehicle came with a Trailer Towing Package, then this "cooler" will be in front of the Radiator or Condenser at the lowest point. (it also goes through the radiator as I explained above). If the rubber lines are leaking, then it's pretty simple to replace, BUT you have to use Hoses that are meant for carrying oil or transmission fluid. "Normal" hoses will work for a while and then deteriorate causing the leaking problem again. The last thing to check is your transmission's dip-stick. Yes, if that's pulled up and not seated fully, one of your fans could be spraying the transmission fluid everywhere. Also note, that there's a "vent" in the transmission's dipstick that can be cleaned with compressed air. The purpose of the dipstick having a vent on it is to allow built up pressures to vent to atmosphere
(like your PCV system does for the Engine).

I hope somewhere above, you'll be able to find the solution to your problem.

Best of Luck,

"00 Buck"

2002 Dodge Grand... | Answered 1 hour ago


The yellow exclamation mark appears when your TPMS, AKA tire pressure monitoring system picks up on a low-pressure tire. It means that your tires aren't inflated to the recommended pressure. A simple fix is to inflate to the required PSI, and if the problem does not go away, drive down to the nearest garage, as you may have punctured tire at your hands.

2010 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jun 02, 2020


my 96 caravan is doing the same thing as codsterdad19. i also noticed an oil leak above the starter but cant figure out what could be causing this. please stop my dinging oil alarm.

1998 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Apr 12, 2020


Hi, I also have a Dodge Grand Caravan 2008 with similar problems. The windshield wipers would come on for no reason, A/C would cut off and not come back on, none of the controls would work from the drivers side door panel, "dinging" noise would come on intermittent, headlights would flash like they had a mind of their own, dashboard would light up erracticly, etc.
After much searching on the internet, this seems to be not so uncommon. I brought it in to the dodge dealer where I purchased the vehicle and about $300 and 3 hours later the tech FINALLY found the problem! Most of the wiring from the door panel back to the body are "stranded" wires. These wires are made to be bent, time and time again, as the drivers door is the most used. But there is a control module that is also located inside the drivers door and it uses a "twisted pair" of really small gauge SOLID wire (that goes back to the onboard computer). If any of you out there have ever used Ethernet wire you know exactly what I am talking about. These are the same wires down to the color coding! Guess what happens when you bend a very small diameter wire over and over and over again? One of the small wires broke inside the rubber boot between the door and body. The tech told me what he found and spliced the wires with a 50 cent connector. The guy was honest and "kudos" to Salsbury Dodge in Baton Rouge. In my opinion this should have been covered under the warranty because it was clearly a defect in material and WORKMANSHIP (not to mention just a really DUMB idea from the designers at Dodge). This $300 fix lasted about 1 1/2 years and the problem came back. This time I fixed it myself with a new connector and a multimeter. Put the leads of the meter on both ends of the suspect wire and check for continuity. You will find that one of the twisted pair will have a break inside the insulation. Cut out the break and splice with an inline connector and wrap with a small amount of electrical tape. For my car the break was inside the rubber boot. If you are not comfortable with taking your door apart, bring it to an honest mechanic and he should have you in and out in about 3 hours (and hopefully a LOT less than 300 bucks). Hopes this helps.

2008 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Mar 03, 2020


check with an autoparts store but any I have had with rear wiper they were exactly the same just shorter

2009 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Feb 28, 2020


Where u able to find the answer?

2008 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 17, 2020


Did you ever find out what it means?

2008 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Jan 17, 2020


you need to take it apart and clean it or send a disk in that cleans the inside.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Dec 02, 2019


it only takes senthetic atf+4 sound like the clutches are slippind

2001 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Nov 11, 2019


There are two relays for the cooling fan, so replace the high side.

2013 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


check fuse #12(small 10 amp) in the fuse box in the drivers side dash. If it has blown out, the scanner cant read the obd.

Dodge Grand... | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


you are incorrect on your code read. u0155 is lost comm with IPC, u110c is no fuel read, u0140 lost comm with BCM and can all be fixed with a new BCM.

2005 Dodge Grand... | Answered on Sep 16, 2019

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