How to Tighten the Belt on a Chrysler Town & Country Van?

Answer The Chrysler Town & Country is a full-size touring minivan with a six-cylinder engine. On the passenger side of the engine, behind the alternator, is a round pulley with a metal arm on its top. Thi... Read More »

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How to Tighten or Replace Coolant Hoses in a Chrysler Town & Country?

Check the coolant hoses on the Chrysler Town & Country twice a year for wear and cracking. Replace the coolant hoses at least every four years to ensure the Chrysler Town & Country cooling system o... Read More »

How to Replace the Serpentine Belt in a Chrysler Town & Country?

A drive belt is called a serpentine belt when it winds through the engine area to power multiple accessories and fits around multiple pulleys under the hood. The Chrysler Town and Country has diffe... Read More »

How to Change a Serpentine Belt on a 1994 Chrysler Town & Country?

In 1994, the Chrysler Town & Country minivans with a 3.3l or 3.8l engine used a serpentine belt system, with one belt powering all accessories on the front of the engine. Over time, the belt can ge... 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 »