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Hey guys, I'm slowly putting my 1996 Dodge Grand Caravan AWD back together and need advice where to buy some parts. On the picture below is brake line holder or how do you call it. I was checking my favorite RockAuto.com but nothing was found. Maybe some cheap alternative solution would be enough too. Thanks

 

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Maybe a "holder" that is used to separate spark plug wires will work?
 

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Maybe, but I need to measure it first.
 

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If the brake tubes have a smaller diamemter then just make a "collar" out of some rubber hose to make up a difference.
 

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That clip supports the brake and fuel lines along the left frame rail? I see a Mopar part # 4683511.
 
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Or - you could go to your local Dodge dealership with the VIN and see if the part is still available (and any other parts you’re looking for).
Maybe on another planet, but not here in Czech Republic lol
 

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I'm doing my leaf springs right now and here is the same situation. Are those leaf springs clips and bolts sold separately or only like whole assembly?



 

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Was this the minivan that we determined was a 1997 and not a 1996?
If the 10th character in the VIN is a 'V', then it is a 1997. If the 10th character in the VIN is a 'T', then it is a 1996. The factory skipped over the letter 'U'.
This is an AWD minivan?
Chrysler does service the bolts, bushings and hangers. It does not service the leaf clamps, but a suspension shop may have these. Leaf springs come in standard widths.
See figure 17-155 here:
http://oskin.ru/pub/chrysler-dodge/manuals/Chrysler_Service_Parts_Catalog/CD3/97-01/97NS.pdf
Google the part numbers to find possible sources.
I use a local shop to service and build leaf springs:
Thru-Way Auto Spring Service, Inc. Rochester, NY Leaf Springs (at http://www.thruwayspring.com/leafsprings.html )
 

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Yes that's the same car. This is old bad habit call it '96 lol
 
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