Thanks for that link. I've been looking for a site that will give me all the options a vehicle is built with. It doesn't give the various option codes plus owner, warranty and recall information like a proper Chrysler VIP statement but it is the next best thing.A "short" (wheelbase) caravan of that vintage will likely have 3.3 v6, but could have a 2.4 4 cylinder engine. Shorty "SE" with 3.8 from the factory is very unlikely.
If you stick your VIN (make sure it's all caps) in the company build sheet lookup, it will tell you all about your van...
Yeah, I know that. I used to work at a Dodge dealer and ran VIP statements and did all kinds of other stuff on Dealer Connect or whatever it is they might call it now. I know plenty of people in parts and service there that can do it for me no problem. I have a printout for both of the vehicles we currently own.If you need a build sheet with codes, just go to a dealer parts department. They can print it right away.
That website has beem around for many years, I don't understand how you didn't knew about it.Yeah, I know that. I used to work at a Dodge dealer and ran VIP statements and did all kinds of other stuff on Dealer Connect or whatever it is they might call it now. I know plenty of people in parts and service there that can do it for me no problem. I have a printout for both of the vehicles we currently own.
Thing is, I am looking to buy a used pick up. Being able to determine what the vehicle I'm looking at is equipped with would be really nice since descriptions and photos on Craigslist or Auto Trader can often leave a lot to be desired. I'd rather be able to do it right away at home since the dealership is 15-20 minutes away and I prefer not to trouble folks over things that I can handle myself. The link atoman provided will do exactly that.
Thanks for pointing that out anyway. It might help somebody else.
This is a four stroke 2 valve per cylinder engine.first the intake valve is opened and at the same time the piston lowers down drawing in a air and fuel mixture (intake stroke)than booth valves close and at the same time the air and fuel mixture is compressed by the piston rising (compression stroke)than the mixture is ignited by a spark plug and the mixture explodes and then piston is forced downward and then the exhaust valve opens and at the same time the piston rises.and this process repeatsHi Everyone, Im trying to find out the exact engine i have on my 2003 dodge caravan se and i also need to know how it works, is there anyone that can help me with that and explain simply?