It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
- Viva Las Cruces
- Last Active
- Vehicle(s) that interest me
- minivans, hatchbacks, wagons, hybrids
- More about me
- Road Trip! Follow me on Twitter @SteveForumsHost
- Vehicle(s) I currently own
- 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT
Be worth it to test another one and see if the tire pressures are up to spec. Sometimes they forget to air the tires down after shipping.
My '99 Quest had a steel pan and it was well abused. Don't have a good pic, but the attached will give you some idea. The oil plug is in the dry area opposite the filter (which hangs straight down). I sold the van with a bit over 200,000 miles on it and it never "used" oil or suffered low pressure.
That van lived most of its life in Boise, so there you go.
Heh, I was a "Hoofer" for a few months in MadTown but the brat habit didn't stick. Likely because I don't like beer. Did learn to use a wok on the Weber after that experience though. Great for backyard Mongolian BBQs.
We have four Nathan's to grill with the trout tonight.
Seems like a question to ask of your state's consumer protection agency or attorney general's office.