There are many scanners that will turn off light. Chrysler drb scan tool ,snapon scanner. Needs to be turned off with tool. I think auto zone does free analysis.
Sorry, your question is not very clear; not sure what you need?
With normal maintenance they will last 250,000 miles
proper maintenance and no abuse probably 250,000 miles
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A 3.3L has a timing chain that does not have a maintenance interval.
It is not required for proper running of the engine.
A scan tool is required.
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The piston in the rear caliper on the 2008 Grand Caravan is the "screw in" type. A special tool is required to do the job.
yes that's what is required on most.
A sacn tool is required.
Caravan toilets do not generally require high chemical maintenance. As the waste should be periodically disposed of, high chemical sanitation is not extremely necessary. However, to protect bacterial growth or other potential disease, a chlorine dispenser, which can be found at a local general-purpose retailer store, can be used.
200,000 is not a problem with proper maintenance. I have even seen a couple over 300,000 miles.
I had the same problem on my 92 caravan. The people at the local Autovone told me to disconnect the battery and let it sit for about 5-10 minutes. Then reconnect it. This will also delete your presets on your radio.
It is time for some kind of scheduled maintenance. this could mean an oil change or timing belt replacement. Read your owners manual for the scheduled service intervals and compare it to your miles. A qualified mechanic can perform the work and reset the light, parts stores usually use the cheap code scanners so they may not be able to reset this light but you could try.
Some adjective to describe the noun caravan are: a desertcaravan, a traveling caravan, a Bedouin caravan.
From 1989 on, the maintenance required light is turned off using a DRB-II Scan tool that most professional shops and the dealer have. Or, if you are Cheap,,,er, I mean Cost Effective orientated, like me and wish to spend the cost of a service call bill for other things, a strategically placed piece of black electrical tape makes the light "disappear" too. if you disconnect your battery cables and leave them disconnected overnight, the check engine or maintenance light usually goes off unless there is really something going on in your vehicles system. i did this for my van twice and it works just fine. i was told that the maintenance lights come on at different mileage intervals just as a vehicle precaution for maintenance, and usually there is nothing wrong.
The PCV just slips out and slips in; no tools required in most cases.
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Should be R134If it hasn't been converted from R-12 it will have to be
On my 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan it is under the driver side dash neer the center console. No dash disassembly required to access. Three screws and a cannon plug very easy to replace.
The noun 'caravan' is a collective noun for a caravan of camels.
Yes, but only in Arkansas
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