What Causes a Dodge Caravan to Overheat?

Answer A Dodge Caravan will overheat for three main reasons--coolant-circulation issues, cooling fan failure and engine malfunction. The main components of the cooling system on the vehicle include a radi... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What Causes a Dodge Caravan to Overheat

How to Replace the Fan in a Dodge Caravan?

Ever since the Caravan arrived on the scene, Dodge has built its vans for adventure on the road, but fixing your Caravan doesn't have to be an adventure, too. Installing an engine fan in your Carav... Read More »

How to Put on an Oil Filter for a Dodge Caravan?

Like most vehicles, with a Dodge Caravan you should change the oil every 3,000 miles. This oil change interval also includes changing out the oil filter as well as inspecting the air filter. It is ... Read More »

How to Clean the IAC in a Dodge Caravan?

The idle air control mechanism (IAC) on a Dodge Caravan is designed to provide sufficient air to control the engine’s idle under different load and atmospheric conditions. When the gas pedal is d... Read More »

Can a Dodge Caravan last 200,000 miles?

A well cared for 2001 Dodge Caravan has lasted for upwards of 300,000 miles before the engine dies. The lifespan of the vehicle depends on the engine size and model year.References:American Cars: D... Read More »