Sometimes if you're pretty mechanically inclined you can actually remove the motor itself only & disassemble the armature assembly & clean all the contacts & reassemble opposite it being taken apart, & it has worked for me at least 8 out of 10 vehicles I've performed that on.
I just replaced the motor and cables. I would suggest to have window down all the way and you will not have a problem changing out. It cost me 40 dollars at junk yard and took about 2 hours for everything. I would not suggest to take cables out of motor. Very difficult to replace cables with out right tools. I tried this and gave up on it because of difficulty in getting cables back in correct order. Hope this will help.
About every 70,000 miles.
A 2002 Chrysler Town and Country should have a 3.8L V6 engine.
It should be built in the alternator. Ask auto parts.
A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country uses DOT 3 brake fluid.
The timing chain does not have a recommended change interval and should last for the life of the engine.The timing chain does not have a recommended change interval and should last for the life of the engine.
You should change the oil every 3 months of 3000 miles.
Change it every 100,000 miles.
A town and country should have a chain.
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5w30 or 10w30.
yes it can
When the system in the cluster says it is time.
The manufacturer indicates that it should be replaced at 60,000 miles.
Mid point of the gauge.
Any 10w30 will be fine.
A 1998 Chrysler Town and Country has a timing chain which does not have a service interval.
At least every 100,000 miles.
you have to drilll out the rivets there should be 3 of them then pull the old motor and regulator out replace it and use either self tapping screws or new rivets to secure it
Normal is 110-125 psi.
You don't. You do not have a machine to remove the tire from the wheel. You also do not have a machine to balance the tire once it is installed on the wheel. This should only be done in a shop equipped for this.
at 61,000 miles as it states it on the owners manual.
Should be under .035 amp