78 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan. 22 of these members
(28.2%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 56 engine repairs to 2001 Dodge Grand Caravans--an average of 0.7 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Got code 0601 with check engine light. replace PCM.
Got a check engine light. No spark in #2 cylinder. Had to replace coil pack.
water pump leaking. replaced
Leak from radiator. Replaced radiator.
Upper intake gasket let go and started to leak antifreeze. Had to have the gasket replaced.
No heat in car on highway. Replaced thermostat.
Had to replace leaking rear main seal of engine.
Check engine light, took to friend's shop, code was evap system, checked, evap lines, bought new gas cap. Ligth came back on in two days. Took to shop with more diagnostic equipment, found leak detection pump failed. Replaced part, light came back on two days later. Reset codes to shut off light, replaced gas cap with one from dealer. Not sure if it is successful
Check engine light came on, checked codes with friend's scanner, found evap code, cleared codes, light came back on three days later
Leaking coolant from water pump
Car running very bad especially when cold, pours out black smoke, ran better when warm, fuel mileage dropped to 10 mpg. Dealer replace both o2 sensors.
Smell of gasoline around the vehicle, on occasion would see small drip of gas on driveway. Found connector between steel fuel line and plastic fuel line, was leaking. Replaced connector, leak stopped.
Check engine light-evap system small leak, shop found leak at purge solenoid.