Dodge caravan 2006 wont start.

Asked by Jul 23, 2018 at 03:31 PM about the 2006 Dodge Caravan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My dodge caravan 2006 wont start. I just put in a new
battery 3 months ago and a new starter 7 months ago and
my van wont start when I tried starting it it made this weird
vacuum noise and it wouldn't stop fire 5 min after that I
tried starting it again and the same vacuum noise and  then
white smoke that lasted almost 10 min. Could it be my
starter that I have to get fix again.

2 Answers


Take the van to have a "scan" ,that kind of problems are usually electrics it could mean one of 3 things bad; TPS sensor, Crank shaft sensor or the Flow meter sensor.

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Thank you I will do that hopefully whatever it is what cost to much

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