How to Choose the Oil and Fluids for a Chrysler Town & Country?

Answer First introduced in 1990, the Chrysler Town & Country was also produced in a shorter wheelbase version known as the Chrysler Voyager. Both were dubbed as the first luxury minivans ever introduced. ... Read More »

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How to Choose the Oil and Fluids for a Chrysler Sebring?

The name "Chrysler Sebring" represents three entirely different Chrysler vehicles: a coupe, a sedan and a convertible. These steps are specific to all model years of the Chrysler Sebring sedan, but... Read More »

What does SWB mean on a Chrysler Town& Country?

For the Chrysler Town & Country minivan, and for most vehicles with models available in more than one length, SWB means "short-wheelbase." Wheelbase is the distance from the center of the front wh... Read More »

What does SWB mean in a Chrysler Town& Country?

SWB, when referring to the Chrysler Town and Country van, or its Dodge Caravan twin, stands for short wheelbase. The alternative to the SWB version is the LWB version. LWB stands for long wheelbase... Read More »

How to Drop the Oil Pan in a Chrysler Town & Country?

The Chrysler Town & Country is a minivan that has become a staple in the industry for some time since its introduction in 1990. While the makes and models have changed over time, the most popular T... Read More »