Engine Cooling problem
1998 Dodge Caravan 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 162000 miles
The radiator cooling fans on my 1998 Dodge Caravan began having issues sometime ago. The fans will not engage even at an engine temp of 220. The fan do engage when the A/C is running, so the fan motors are still fine. I have replaced the Fan Relay that is located under the air box, as well as the coolant tempature sensor near the thermostat. I am reading no codes involving the cooling fan circuit. I am however reading a random misfire and misfire counter at limit/maximum. These midfires began happening as soon as I had the transmission rebuilt. Upon taking it back to the tranny shop they said "We didn't do any work to the engine". I figure the problem begining just after the rebuild was no coincidence and researched a cause. I'm thinking they either damaged the camshaft position sensor or didn't re-install it correctly. Any help tracking down a way to fix these two issues is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 AT 12:44 PM