1207 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Dodge Grand Caravan. 327 of these members
(27.1%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 553 engine repairs to Dodge Grand Caravans--an average of 0.5 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Water pump pulley fell off. Replaced water pump and pulley.
Fuel pump defective. Replaced pump with OEM unit.
Excessive engine oil consumption. Blue smoke from tailpipe during acceleration. Engine teardown reveal oil control rings "cooked up", possibly from November 2007 overheat. Replaced all compression and oil control rings.
Small engine coolant leak near timing chain cover. Sealing surfaces of coolant passages on cover were corroded, not likely to provide a reliable seal. Owner replaced timing chain cover with new OEM replacement. Front motor mount rubber insert torn. Replaced all four motor mounts with OEM replacement parts.
Valve cover gaskets starting to leak. Replace gaskets.
Belt tensioner was squealling loud and on first start when cold, belt would not turn for a few seconds, and would not charge until it started moving again.