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Old 01-11-2008, 01:44 PM
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Dodge caravan wiring problem

On my daily driver, a 2004 caravan, I had a problem a year ago where it would start and then die. Towed it to the dealer and he replaced a module that causes that when the wrong key is used in the ignition. On Wednesday it did the same thing again. It starts and then shuts off. Had it towed to the dealer again, but this time he said when it got there it wouldn't even start and he has now spent a day and a half trying to find the problem with no luck. The only thing they can find is that the buss where all the computer modules plug into is supposed to have under 7 volts and it's got 12. The worse part is that it's 8 months out of warranty and I'm on the hook for all this looking. On I'm hoping someone whose had a similar problem might have some suggestions I can pass on to them.

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Old 01-11-2008, 02:14 PM
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Got me....Just thought that if time is an issue, you may be better off to go to a Chrysler forum and ask............There are Zillions of those minivans out there....there must be a forum or 2....Heres one..

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