I drove my 2005 Dodge Caravan today and everything was fine came home parked in driveway went out three hours later and van will not start, no lights are working and no clicking sound when key is turned.
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I've seen it happen many times on the older Caravans, if you hit a really deep puddle, the splash can knock the accessory drive belt off of its pulleys. You can just gently pry the belt back on, consult a service manual for detailed installation directions.
There is a short somewhere. We just fixed the wires to one of the electronic doors and changed the battery and now no more gauges gone wild. Is everything else working on the van? If not fix the thing not working and possibly find the short circuit.
hi this sounds like you might have rear brake drum internal problems, does the parking brake work ok? what might of happened is that one of the brake shoes inside the drum/disk might have thrown its covering and has gone around inside the drum and locked the wheel up like the parking brake is on there reallyisn't anything else to go wrong that would cause that, you will need to remove the rear disk/drum if you can, as it could really be any internal part broken like a spring or the self adjuster...hope this helps please vote