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The following models are encompassed by this manual: Chrysler Town & Country
Town and Country LX
Town and Country LXi
Town and Country Limited
Production year(s): 2001, 2002, 2003
Manual Language: English
Number of pages: 2500+
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Engine specs/Technical specifications:
• The Town and Country minivans came equipped with a 3.3-liter V6 engine, producing 180 horsepower.
• An alternative 3.8-liter V6 engine was also available, which delivered a robust 215 horsepower.
• These vehicles came with a standard 4-speed automatic transmission.
• The fuel tank capacity was 20 gallons, providing an ample range for long journeys.
• The average fuel economy was around 18 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.
• The 3.3-liter engine had a torque output of 210 lb-ft, while the 3.8-liter engine produced 245 lb-ft of torque.
• The suspension was MacPherson strut type in the front and twist-beam axle type in the rear.
• The minivans were front-wheel drive as standard, but all-wheel drive was available as an option.
• They featured power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering for easy maneuverability.
• The brake system comprised disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear.
• These minivans had a turning diameter of 39.4 feet, which was reasonable for their size.
• The standard wheel size was 15 inches, with an option for 16 inches.
• They featured a unibody construction, providing enhanced structural rigidity.
• The towing capacity was around 3,800 pounds when properly equipped.
• Their gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) was around 5,600 pounds.
• The minivans had a seating capacity of seven, with plenty of room for each passenger.
• The interior offered a cargo volume of 167.9 cubic feet when the second and third-row seats were folded.
• The minivans had a length of around 200.6 inches and a width of 78.6 inches.
• The height was about 68.9 inches, providing ample headroom.
• The wheelbase was 119.3 inches, ensuring a comfortable ride.
• The ground clearance was 5.4 inches, making it suitable for various road conditions.
• The Town and Country came with an in-built anti-lock braking system for added safety.
• The minivans had a standard tire size of P215/65R15, ensuring a smooth ride.
• They were equipped with a dual airbag system as a standard safety feature.
• The vehicles came with a rack and pinion power steering system for enhanced maneuverability.
Facts and details:
- The 2001-2003 Town and Country was the first minivan to offer a power liftgate as an option.
- These models introduced an in-floor storage system, providing additional space for belongings.
- They offered a removable center console, a novel feature at the time.
- Despite its luxury appeal, the Town and Country still maintained strong durability and reliability ratings.
- These models came with an optional DVD entertainment system, which was a novelty in the early 2000s.
- They were the first in their class to offer power-adjustable pedals, catering to drivers of all heights.
- The Town and Country were known for their spacious and versatile interior, with Stow ‘n Go seating available as an option.
- These models featured dual-zone climate control, allowing passengers in different parts of the vehicle to adjust the temperature to their comfort.
Maintenance intervals, general maintenance tips, and common issues:
Regular maintenance is essential for prolonging the life of your Town and Country. Here are some general intervals:
- Oil changes should be carried out every 3,000-5,000 miles or every three months.
- The air filter should be replaced every 15,000-30,000 miles or once a year.
- The brake fluid should be changed every two years or 20,000 miles.
- Transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000-60,000 miles.
- The timing belt should be replaced every 60,000-100,000 miles.
Some common issues include:
Transmission failure: This can often be mitigated by regular fluid changes and servicing.
Faulty window regulators: Regular inspection and lubrication can prevent this issue.
Engine misfire due to faulty spark plugs or ignition coil: Regular tune-ups can keep the ignition system in check.
Leaking coolant leading to overheating: Regular inspection of the cooling system and replacement of any worn parts can prevent leaks.
Popular tuning tips or modifications:
- Installing a cold air intake system can enhance engine performance by improving air flow.
- Upgrading the exhaust system can reduce engine back pressure and increase horsepower.
- Performance chips can help optimize the vehicle’s performance by altering the engine's computer parameters.
- High-performance brake pads and rotors can improve braking efficiency.
- Installing performance tires can enhance handling and overall driving experience.
Available accessories and aftermarket options:
DVD entertainment system
GPS navigation system
Custom seat covers
All-weather floor mats
Owner reviews and opinions:
Most owners praise the Town and Country for its spacious interior, comfortable ride, and innovative features. However, some have reported reliability issues, particularly with the transmission. The fuel economy also leaves something to be desired compared to newer models.
Most frequent repairs:
- Transmission repair
- Window regulator replacement
- Ignition coil and spark plug replacement
- Cooling system repairs
- Brake pad replacement
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