What Problems Do 2003 Dodge Caravans Have?

What Problems Do 2003 Dodge Caravans Have?

Problems with the 2003 Dodge Caravan include problems with the electric windows, noise occurring in the front suspension, engine problems, the oil filter adapter leaking into the engine and steering problems. The 2003 Dodge Caravan incurred nine recalls, as of 2015.

The 2003 Dodge Caravan has 19 reports of engine stalls that cost $544 on average to repair, according to CarComplaints.com. Common steering problems include noise coming from the front end and steering fluid leaking from the front rack and pinion. The heating and air-conditioning system can emanate a musty odor. The power windows can fail due to a defective window motor or regulator. The most recent recall occurred in 2010 regarding faulty receiver hitches and affected 6,686 vehicles, as of 2015.