cracked water jacket in the head
Replace the part it is leaking from.
You will have to call Dodge's customer service number in your owners manual to try to get any help with the repair.
Determine the origination of leak and repair Could be transmission cooler line, seal, etc.
It could be leaking from a number of places. Some could be a simple fix and others not so simple. Need more info as to where it is leaking.
Depends on who performs the repair. Also depends on if the head is cracked or warped. Get estimates from trusted shops.
Could be a leaking fuel injector.
Check: NADA.com, KBB.com, autotrader.com Reduce by the amount of $ required to repair
No. It will keep running until overheated to the point of a ruined engine.
If a lower radiator hose was replaced on a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan, but it is still leaking fluid, it could be that there is a hole in the radiator. It could also mean that there is damage to the overflow reservoir or its hoses.
tighten up the hose you think it is and see if it still leaks if it does still leak then its either a cracked hose or crack in your radiator
If the hose is leaking, replace it.
Most likely causes are a failed headgasket or cracked/warped head.
Replace the part that is leaking
please be more specific is it leaking engine oil, coolant, transmission oil, brake fluid, or power steering fluid where is it leaking from ?
Could be a leaking valve cover gasket
You need to see where the water is coming from. It could be a leak, or it could be condensation from the A/C..
Leaking heater core
I had a Dodge Intrepid that was leaking fuel from the fuel injection ports, could possibly be the same thing.
Then you either have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Stop driving the car immediately an have it repaired. A rare possibility is that the transmission cooler inside the radiator is leaking fluid into the cooling system.
It is not a safety item.
Radiator cap could be lose or wrong size
your heater core is leaking. Needs to be replaced
could be fans not working, thermostat, blown head gasket, broken or leaking coolant lines, bad heater core