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What codes were stored in the computer? Apparently, there are no codes that came up? There was a code that advised that there was a problem with the EGR Valve, which was replaced in Dec. Exhaust and tailpipe apparently are fine. Have had the fuel filter and pump assy replaced, catalytic converter, belt tensioner, serp. and a/c belt and crank position sensor. The van still runs, but, feels that it is sluggish and I have to floor it just to get up a hill! Not being very familiar with the inside of vehicles, it is very frustrating. The transmission has been checked twice, and apparently is fine. No oil leaks etc. The van does have a 157k km, so, would expect something to go wrong. This is just frustrating. There does appear to be a slight hint of gas smell when the heater is on? Thank you

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Q: What would cause a 1999 Dodge Caravan 3L to lose power acceleration Have had it checked 3 times and mechanic can't figure it out?

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if he doesnt know how then he must not be a very good mechanic, i have a 92 Spirit, same engine and trans as your caravan, that's if your packing the 2.5L engine... the speedsensor in the back should have the speedometer built

Acceleration= distance / velocity squared

Figure out what would entice him to do that.

Acceleration = force in newtons divided by mass in kilograms

I would guess it is a figure of speech relating to a caravan that is so long that it is not practical to count the number of individual members.

All acceleration in real life is an average figure = velocity increase / time

a = (change in speed) divided by (time for the change)

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Sounds like the warning light for the SRS (supplemental restraint system). That includes airbags, seatbelts, etc. You will need to have the system checked by a qualified mechanic.

Multiply the thing's mass by the acceleration of gravity.

you have to figure it out c'mon.... i know your better than that

you have to figure it out c'mon.... i know your better than that

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