best bet, bet the oem number off of the carb that is on the vechile. Your local parts store should be able to locate the correct replacement with this number. The number should be on a metal tag on the carb, or stamped in the side of the carb.
Mike.C. Says; Make sure the carb is the one from the caravan engine, whenever you get any engine parts you'll want to use the model and year of the engine unless the engine is the exact same one that came out of the truck ie; 3.3 out 3.3 back in etc etc etc.... then its just a part for the 3.3 Dodge Dakota... ....20+yrs Dodge do-it-yourselfer...
Because the engine is placed on the carburetor body and the engine is warm. The carburetor should be in the metal to be melted.
It is normal for a carburetor to "suck air" when you are starting the engine or while the engine is running. You should stop the engine before repairing the carburetor for safety reasons.
No. It should not.
Any engine from a 1991-1995 Dodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager or Chrysler Town & Country should work fine
The engine block heater on a Dodge Caravan could be in a number of places. However, the cord for the electrical connection should be near the battery.
600 cfm will be enough for that engine.
Normally it will last the life of the engine and is changed when the engine is overhauled.
Unless it has been modified, the engine should be equipped with throttle body injection.
If it floods which can only happen with a carburetor engine not fuel injection and if it does flood let it sit for a few minutes and it will be fine.
Should be at the lower rear end of the engine
V6 engine uses Mopar # 5281090
Not normally. It should last the life of the engine.