pull out the cup holder tray to get access to the bottom of the top accessory face plate. Pull outward and it will spring out. Be gentle though so you don't crack it. After the accessory cover is off, unscrew the middle piece to get access to the bottom radio bolt. Unscrew both radio bolts and pull the radio out. The cables are disconnected by prying outward the small plastic piece and pulling.
You will need to drill the broken bolt out and install a heli-coil thread repair.
no only up to a 1990 model
1993-1995 Dodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager, Chrysler Town and Country with the same engine.
Loosen the tensioning pulley and install new belt. There should be a routing diagram in engine compartment or on hood.
Because it is an Dodge. GET A CHEVY
Chrysler Corporation does not install inertia switches in their vehicles. It is probable fuel pump, fuse, or relay.
The 1987-1993 Dodge Caravan/Grand Caravan takes 18" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front. 1987-1990 takes a 16" rear wiper and 1991-1993 takes an 18" rear wiper.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
93 dodge caravan starter changedisconnect battery, then underneath at the front mount disconnect wires if possible, if not, remove after removing starter. three bolts and starter comes out. one bolt is slightly hidden. opposite to install.
The cable does not have any adjustment.
No, tank has to be lowered.
I get about 20-22 mpg on my 1993 Dodge Grand Caravan. Not sure how many gallons of gas it holds.
The antenna must be simply disconnected.. if there is no signal for the station, the radio auto mutes to keep you from hearing static.. so yes.. remove the radio and yourll know what the antenna wire is and what i goes into.
About every 100,000 miles.
On the front of the transmission, at the bottom.
Not going to work.
on my 1993 caravan it tells the firing order on top of the throttle body. hope this helps.