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  1. Jessiejames89
    11-06-2016 01:54 PM
    Hello, I'm a newbie and ran across a few of ur posts and wanted to ask if u would be so kind as to lending sum of ur insight my way??? Got sum mind boggling issues with my 2000 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE 3.3...if u do have the time and will help me u can find my most recent cries for help under my Find All Post BT me and should be only posts listed (94 Chevrolet lumina forum- I know wrong forum but now here i am
  2. crossmark
    10-19-2012 03:55 AM
    part 2:
    After start saying that these machines are bad. Heavy fuel consumption. Bad plastic which in the cabin. And so say that makes people believe. If it was not my Dodge, I would probably also believe. But all this slander! You have a good and nice car! And all who know American cars. Why then, after your have cars no one is transplanted to other machines. This people not buy cars from Europe, do not buy cars from Japan. They can buy cars that are exported to the U.S.. I and who drives American car very favorite cars USA!!! Very interesting to read forums, as all told with great love.

    How are things going with spare parts? Buy analog from China and Europe. And of course you can buy the original, but the high prices of these parts. Some small parts I order on ebay. bought the air filter. So now I wait the wires spark plugs. Dealers we have in the big cities. Well, that told a little. I'll wait for the answer. Glad to communicate!...
  3. crossmark
    10-19-2012 03:54 AM
    part 1:
    You letter: When you have time can you tell us what it is like to own an American car in Russia? Are there many others? Are there Chrysler dealerships? How do you get parts? I guess 20 years ago this was unheard of. Times have changed.

    Hi! very happy for the help. Very happy for the interest. I offer friendship. Of course I have the time and want to be happy to chat. And much to tell. my email:

    I have a bad English. use a program interpreter.
    Cause of the fault has been resolved. Replaced the fuel pump. What does it mean to have an American car in Russia. It's a miracle! I love my car. I love my Dodge! And your country is really like. Though I never was (unfortunately). In our country and in Europe is that your propaganda machine is bad. If local television show auto channel. Then first say something good, there spacious interior, powerful engine.
  4. luchevia1
    06-23-2012 02:17 PM
    its a 4 speed transmission no shavings in pan when fluid was changed no check engine light is on speed meter is working fine just when it goes to change rpm hands goes up around 5 and it just doesnt shift
  5. sandman065
    12-19-2011 02:34 PM
    Dear RIP:
    I wonder if I could ask for your insights into what might be going on with my 2004 dodge grand caravan. I posted a thread titled, "Windshield washer fluid and high beam issue" yesterday in the dodge caravan forum. Any suggestion you could provide would be appreciated. Thanks, sandman065
  6. OKBob
    08-19-2011 05:21 PM
    Thanks RIP. I am not getting any power to the module or the fan.
    I know I poped something when I tried jumping across the module connector to see if the fan would operate. Any idea what use or other componet I may have affected? I don't have a wiring diagram to refrer to.
    Thanks for any lead you can provide

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    26 year Air Force vet - avionics F-111, F-117 Auto experience - my, neighbors, friends cars


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