you can usually open hood latch with a long screwdriver by going thru front grill, and pushing with end of screwdriver on the latch where the cable attaches. failing that, go to local fire dept. they have a special tool for opening hoods that will not do damage to vehicle but will get it open
replace spedo cable. I don't think the 96 Caravan has a cable. It has an electronic sensor but others said replaceing the sensor doesn't solve the problem.
The cable does not have any adjustment.
No cable, speedometer is electric
A Grand Caravan would have the 41TE transmission which does not have a throttle or kickdown cable.
No. The speed signal is electronic.
remove neg batteries cable for 15 seconds
The black one is the negative.
No cable, all controls are done with electric motors.
A grand caravan would have the 4 speed transmission, which is not cable controlled. It is all electronic.A grand caravan would have the 4 speed transmission, which is not cable controlled. It is all electronic.
Follow the red battery cable to the engine, and you will find the starter. It is located on the front of most caravan engines.
The 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan starter is located on the right hand side of the engine. You can follow the positive battery cable from the battery directly to the starter.
Look at the lower rear end of engine - follow the + battery cable
Normally goes to the starter or starter solenoid.
speedometer cable is gummed up inside the housing.Remove cable from speedometer.Pull out inner cable. Lubricate with good grease and install.
Take the - battery cable off and put it back on.
They don't use linkage, they use a cable. The cable goes between the shift lever mechanism to the transmission.
replace window regulator assembly.
It runs to the under hood fuse box, the alternator, and the starter.
reach up between the grill and the radiator/ac cooler and pull on what's left of the cable.
Remove the positive battery cable from your 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan battery. Remove the cables from the starter. Remove the retaining bolts from the starter. The starter will come off.
Unhook the Caravan cables at the battery. one at a time, follow the cable to the other end, paying attention to the routing. Disconnect the other end, pull the cable out, then route the new cable the same way. Connect the end away from the battery. Repeat for the other cable, then hook back up to the battery.
Rear lower end of the engine- try to follow + battery cable
You can reach up from the bottom of the van between the engine and the radiator fan. I have done that once when the cable broke. it is a long reach but can be done.
If the cables have failed, the entire regulator needs replaced.
Make sure the throtle cable is adjusted properly.