Bad voltage regulator. Replace it. Should be built in the altenator. Or just replace the altenator. Make sure you're battery is disconnected first. Also connect battery back up after you mount new altenator. Note not knowing year of van some older cars have a external voltage regulater. Which means it will be mounted someware on the firewall or inner fenderwall not in the altenator. Make sure you disconnect battery before working on any electrical. This is importent on voltage regulaters. Because they require to be pollerized. Also check battery high voltage will cook a battery.It over charges it.
Code 23 Throttle body temperature voltage low or high single point EFI systems only.Or charge temperature voltage low or high,1990 3.3L engine
Map sensor circuit voltage highMap sensor circuit voltage high
By doing this the engine has a high ratio of working but, the transmission also has a high possibilty of not working so, my thoughts are to just change the engine not the transmission.
P0113-INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR HIGH When Monitored: With the ignition on. Battery voltage greater than 10 volts. Set Condition: The Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor voltage at the PCM is greater than 4.98 volts.
Replace heater motor resistor.
According to my chart, IAT circuit high.
ask this to the dumb mind of the dodge creator.
It could be your fan shroud or radiator hose rubbing on the fan.
Code 24 throttle position sensor voltage low or throttle position sensor voltage high.
On the upper dash panel between the turn signals.GLDean
The radiator fan is probably not working.
Trouble code P0073 means:Ambient air temperature sensor circuit high input
Most fatalities from high-voltage shock are caused by the resulting severe burns.
Protons respond to any voltage, and moreso to high voltage. If a proton is moving away from high voltage, it must be because the high voltage source is positive. A positive will repel a positive. Certainly if the high voltage was negative, the proton would be moving toward the source. The basic laws of electrostatics apply.
With the engine running you should read 13.5 to 15.5 Volts DC at the battery posts. A reading much higher than this indicates the voltage regulator in the alternator is defective.
Maybe because your climate control system needs to be repaired....
if the belt is at proper tension, then your clucth bearing may be going.
Trouble code P0118 means:Engine coolant temperature circuit high input
high voltage sending unit that sits atop each sparkplug
12 volts on the low end, 18 volts on the high end.
A high dc voltage would be applied to test the insulation between the windings.
It connects a high voltage source to a high voltage user.
The P1745 code in a Dodge Caravan is for high pressure in the transmission line. It is normally caused by a bad solenoid pack or a main regulator valve stuck in the valve body.
Check your switch with a voltmeter for continuity in all positions. Get the electrical schematic to your vehicle to help troubleshoot. The average fan is receiving direct voltage on "High" setting but is slightly cut down in increments on other settings by a resistor or rheostat network. Hence lower voltage produces lower speed. You more than likely have a bad control switch.
Trouble code P0004 means: Fuel Volume Regulator Control Circuit High