Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to have the trouble codes read go to autozone they can read them for you and write them down and report back it is most likley a speed sensor on the transmission there is two of them and they are very cheap and easy to change called input /output speed sensors
1 05014469AA Wiring Repair Package, Input Speed Sensor
1 05014471AA Wiring Repair Package, Output Speed Sensor you dont need to use the wiring harness supllied with these sensors as they are for early model vans only please rate -jeff
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: Where is the factory amp
The amp relay is in the Relay/Fuse box located under the hood. The amp relay is the one labeled NBS which stands for Name Brand Speakers.
If you are trying to install an after market radio in a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country, you may notice that no sound comes from the speakers. This is because the single wire that is connected to the factory radio sends a signal to the Bus which tells the relay to turn on - powering the factory amp.
I bypass this by running a wire from the red Acc power wire on the radio to the relay. Connect the wire to pin number 87 on the relay. When standing in front of and facing the van, pin number 87 is the pin, on the NBS relay, which is closest to you and furtherst right.
Are you looking to replace the amplifier? or bypass the speaker wires??
Usually factory amplifiers in vans are under the P/S Front seat. However they can be up under the dash as well (P/S).
If you're looking for it because it is not turning on - check the relay (as above).
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Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Look around the face plate for a very small hole...use a straightened paperclip or equivalent and press in a few inches...its a manuel door release and you should gain access to at least the loading tray.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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