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Hi, Check fuses and if needed replace with same amperage.
Do not put higher amp fuses in. Could cause fire or other damage to wiring. Check why it blew before you replace fuse. Most possible cause is a short in that circuit. Good luck

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Jan 07, 2015


it should be written as: "Vacuum Solenoid"

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Jan 05, 2015


Check the transmission fluid level first. After car is warmed up level should be between the top and next hole in the dip stick, if low, add fluid to proper level.

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Dec 17, 2014


Start with checking the battery connections. Check fuel pressure and spark. Replace your fuel filter? Any luck?

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Nov 18, 2014


Please give more information what is scrubbing? And is it front wheel drive? Want to help but need more..

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 22, 2014


No it is not the same thing

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 12, 2014


No. Starter relay may also be known as the "solenoid". It works the starter motor.
Ignition system is a different system, and may not even have a relay, depending on your car.

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Oct 12, 2014


bad coils

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 26, 2014


If the brakes are pulsating when you apply them, you most likely have one or more break rotors. You can chock the rear wheels and jack up the car and use jackstands you should be able to see which rotor is warped. If you don't know how to service brakes take it to a repair facility and get it checked. Some service shops will give free estimates.

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Aug 06, 2014


Google the picture

Lots of them on the net

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Jul 26, 2014


The belt routing diagram is located on the top radiator cross member by the hood latch. You should see it when you open the hood. If it is not there, all Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth minivans, from 1993 to at least 1999, used the same 3.3L engine setup, so find someone with one and look for the diagram where I described.

1993 Dodge... | Answered on Jul 15, 2014


assuming it is only the cloth portion that has fallen you can remove the entire head liner and then re-glue it to the backer board

however, you need a special headliner glue which is a lot like contact spray adhesive

not a tough job but time consuming since you have to remove a lot of interior trim

when customers get the quote, $300, they usually either pin it with straight pins or just tare it off

good luck and keep us posted



1993 Dodge... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014


some also have a transmission computer on the firewall that interfer with driving down the road if they go bad it will cause vehicle to downshift and go slow and then go no where until it cools down then it will crank and go again.

1993 Dodge... | Answered on May 24, 2014


follow this link as will give procedure to recieve codes , there is no actual data link as pre 1996 this should help
PCM Fault Codes

1993 Dodge... | Answered on May 24, 2014


Lots of sensors on all vehicles

They all send data to the main computer
& share some between modules

Suggest you get a name & google the location

1993 Dodge... | Answered on May 23, 2014

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