Dodge Caravan Window Vent Parts

muggelbergmuggelberg Member Posts: 19
edited March 2014 in Dodge
I have 2001 caravan and need to get some side window vents for the front doors... Does anyone have any idea where I can get some and at a ok price?? I live in Michigan and have Autozone, Murrys Auto and local parts dealers... I really want to stay away from the Dealership....

Thanks a million,
Bill

Comments

  • shiposhipo Member Posts: 9,148
    I've gotta ask... "What the heck is a side window vent for the front door of a Gen 4 Caravan?" I've never heard of such a thing.
  • muggelbergmuggelberg Member Posts: 19
    The side vent that I'm looking for goes on the front door.. It's to allow air in/out of the van without getting rain or snow on you... :surprise:
  • shiposhipo Member Posts: 9,148
    I still don't understand what it is that you're talking about. I haven't had a car with front window vents since my 1966 Plymouth Valiant 200, and I'm pretty sure there aren't any made for any minivan from any manufacturer. :confuse:
  • muggelbergmuggelberg Member Posts: 19
    Hey Shipo... I think we are not talking about the same thing...
    Click on this link...
    http://www.deflectors4less.com/siwide.html

    This is what I'm talking aobut.....

    Bill.

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  • shiposhipo Member Posts: 9,148
    Ahhh, a deflector, now we're on the same page. Sorry for the confusion. :blush:
  • muggelbergmuggelberg Member Posts: 19
    That's ok..... So, I'm still looking for a cheap but not cheap deflector... get it...

    Any Help would be great..

    Thanks Shipo :)
  • xwesxxwesx Fairbanks, AlaskaMember Posts: 15,848
    I am not sure what constitutes inexpensive for you, but I highly recommend MacNeil WeatherTech for deflectors. I recently purchased a couple of their products and, while expensive, they are top notch. I will note that I did not purchase this particular product, but I expect they put the same quality into it as their other products. Highly recommended.
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