How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor in a Dodge Caravan?

Answer All Dodge Caravans are equipped with at least one oxygen sensor, or O2 sensor for short. The sensor measures the mix of air and fuel going into the engine. It ensures that the van isn't running too... Read More »

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How to Replace the First Oxygen Sensor on a 2000 Dodge Caravan 3.8 V-6?

The emissions system of most modern vehicles use a component known as an oxygen sensor to measure the amount of oxygen in the engine exhaust. This sensor transmits data to the vehicle's computer, w... Read More »

How Do I Replace an Oxygen Sensor in a 1997 Dodge Caravan?

The 1997 Dodge Caravan four-cylinder engine uses two oxygen sensors. The computer will activate an oxygen sensor code if the air-to-fuel mixture ratio is incorrect. One of the oxygen sensors is bef... Read More »

How to Test the Oxygen Sensor for a 2002 Dodge Caravan?

Oxygen sensors are required in all cars manufactured in the United States, including the 2002 Dodge Caravan. The devices are used to monitor the air-fuel mixture in the engine. The fuel injectors w... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor in a 1991 Caravan?

Around 100,000 miles, the oxygen sensor in your Caravan will probably give up the ghost. The "Service Engine Soon" light will illuminate on your instrument panel to let you know. A simple diagnosti... Read More »