2001 Dodge Caravan Heater Motor Removal?

Answer The air conditioning and heating systems in your 2001 Dodge Caravan depend upon a motor that maintains air flow in the vehicle cabin. Whenever you notice that neither the heating nor the air condit... Read More »

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How to Fix a Heater Motor on a Dodge Caravan?

The Dodge Caravan utilizes an electrical motor to circulate air inside the vehicle when the heater or air conditioner is in use. Over time, this motor can wear out and need to be replaced. If you t... Read More »

How to Remove a 2001 Dodge Caravan Power Window Motor?

Power windows are a convenience item on the 2001 Dodge Caravan. The window itself rests on a mechanical window regulator, which moves the glass up and down. The window motor pushes or pulls the reg... Read More »

Dodge Heater Motor Wheel Removal?

The heater motor wheel or fan, on a Dodge vehicle, is a plastic fan that attaches to the electric heater motor. This fan is used to draw outside air into the passenger cabin while the heater or air... Read More »

2001 Dodge Dakota Heater Core Removal?

The heater core in your Dodge Dakota, as is the case with any vehicle, is perhaps the most important component in the heating/air conditioning system. The coolant must pass through it in order to g... Read More »