So, my father owns a Dodge grand caravan, 1998, but it will not start. We have replaced the starter, the ignition switch, and even got a few new fuses. We have also replaced the battery, because the cold winter killed it. There were no errors when we tested fuses, and it worked before the winter set in. There was a cold snap, the battery died, and would not properly work, and after the winter, we are trying to fix it. When you try to crank the engine, there is no sound except for clicking, and we tried a safer version of crossing the starter terminals, which resulted in the engine trying to start, but it did not start. We do not think that it is the result of bad wiring, but the knock sensor. Where would it be located on a 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan SE, 3.3 Liter engine, 6 cylinder? If it does not have a knock sensor, what might the problem be?