I have a '95 Dodge Caravan and the sliding door is very diffilcult to open and close. I've put some silicone/greese spray in this area though it didn't help. I assume there are bearings in here that are shot though I'd like a little advice before I try to take this apart and then don't have a vehicle to drive because the parts aren't in or some other Murphy's Law thing that is sure to happen if I'm not prepared up front. Any advice appreciated.
I would say look at the 3 roller hinges and look if the rollers are rolling, if they are siezed, you can take each out out one at a time and try to free them up or just go junkyard hunting or post on here to buy some that are good. According to body shop estimator it wont take but a hour to switch with experiance and figure a couple hours for a novice I looked at my 1994 Town and country to see that they are fairly easy to access with a 10mm socket wrench