Question about 1999 Chrysler 300M
I have a 99 chrysler 300m the engine light came on,now all of the shift indicator lights have a box around them like it is in all gears at once.last but not least the car will not turn over ,dont think it is a battery problem as all functions lights etc are fine.any help would be appreciated
Scan for transmission faults it needs to see the neutral switch input for it to start
Posted on Mar 06, 2015
Change the Cam Position Sensor.. It done the same thing on mine. The sensor runs about
40. to 60.00 at most parts stores Your gonna have to take off the upper intake or plenum to
get access to it. Top of the engine right side, you'll see it
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Needs to relearn shift stratagies. May need scan tool help If trans shop did work take it back. Don't forget to use the right fluid. Even trans shops don't care.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Had the same problem on my 1999 cirrus lxi. Replaced the output speed sensor on the tranny and topped off the tranny fluid... cleared the check engine light and the cirrus ran great. Caution...the output speed sensor reqires removal of the front left tie and plastic weatherproofing to replace. once you find it's locvation, the replacement is relatively easy.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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The 700 is the limp mode, as I recall. One or both of the sensors are failing, and they are not too expensive to replace. Once replaced, then using the OBD tool, you can delete the fault codes and then be able to shift into all the gears.
I have written about this solution in other blogged questions, and so have others. Under the car, on the Driver side of the transmission are two electric sensors. They lay horizontally on the trans just behind where your foot would go on the accelerator and under the floorboard. The electricl clip sockets pull out with thumb pressure on each socket. DO NOT pull on the wires EVER. Unplug each socket, and replace one at a time. Use a 1" deep well socket and unscrew them from the side of the trans casing. Do one at a time starting with the one on the left, the Input side,; Then the output side.
The reason why I replace them both is that they are cheap- about $20 apiece- and REALLY: do you want to go under there twice for twenty bucks? If so, then just replace the one on the LEFT- the Input sensor. You then MUST RESET THE CODES with the OBD tool for the transmission side of the tool, then GO!
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
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