No...the rim will hit the caliper on the front.
If I knew I would not ask.
Only if the tire size specification for the Caravan will fit on the Intrepid rims, if the Intrepid rims are the same size as the caravan calls for, and if the bolt pattern is the same.
you have to find where the leak is first.
My 2000 Dodge Intrepid was made in Canada! Should have left it there, would have saved me years of problems and countless dollars in endless repairs. Wish I had never bought this car!
The 1999 Intrepid 2.7 litre has a 16 gallon fuel tank. I would guess the 1998 is the same..
change the plugs and wires
i had the same problem with my 02 intrepid it was the idler pulley to the ac belt $19 to fix it.
With enough time and money, anything is possible. But in a easy swap scenario, no. Used tranny's for a Dodge Intrepid can be found anywhere from $50-$500. So do the smart thing.
I would have to say no, being that in 1998 the Intrepid was rebuilt in the Chrysler format. Whenever there is a drastic rebuild like this, little to no parts from earlier models will be interchangable.
Throttle position sensor
Try the rad. fan or the rad. fan relay
ur car sucks!!!!
I would use 'Loctite Auto Mirror Adhesive' .
it is possible your radiator is clogged
Worn Ball Joint
i have a 1997 dodge interpid and i would like to know where the brain is for that type of car
A leaking fuel rail is the normal cause.
I had a Dodge Intrepid that was leaking fuel from the fuel injection ports, could possibly be the same thing.
1993-1997 Dodge intrepid, Chrysler Concorde, or eagle vision
That would fall under anything is possible, but why would someone do that many modifications to make it work.
Sometimes performance chips will allow you to mess with the top speed and rev limiter. Btw the intrepid wasnt made in 05 You would have to "reprogram" the PCM with a performance tuner.
Could be a bad head gasket. You would get engine oil leaking into the cylinder heads and that would show as smoke out the tail pipe.
It may "fit" under the hood, but it would not work. The engines are different, computers are different, wiring harnesses are different, and transmissions are different.