Question about 2008 Dodge Magnum
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dodge magnum gear shift
I had the same problem. The interlock was not the problem. I had the shifter replaced (at my own expense because drive train warranty would not cover). After examining the old shifter discovered source of problem is a plastic cam on the front of ths shifter. A tiny PLASTIC ear which connects to a small spring had broken off. I repaired this by putting in a small screw where the ear had been. Incidentally, my tow truck driver had also seen the same problem on several Chrysler 300s. In my estimation this is a poor design on Chrysler's part.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
chec fuses--there are some in engine area too--the main switch or the convenience module could have issues--get a repair manual or library has an auto section
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
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This is what you should do.... PRAY that it is low on fluid. If not, then there are a few questions that I need to ask
a. When you Shift, does the handle go to each gear?
b. Can you feel the Detent on each gear?
c. If the Cable Broke... Easy Fix
d. If your car goes into each gear but does not move... MONEY $$$
To correctly answer your question, I need more information.. Is it not shifting gear when moving or Won't allow you to select gears?
Posted on Apr 04, 2013
EASY ONE.... Your VSS (Vehicle SPEED SENSOR) stopped working and it is this Sensor that gives the PCM/ECM the information to change gears. Once you change your VSS, and get it working, the Transmission will start working again...
I am Assuming that the Transmission stopped working at the same time the Speedometer did? Is that right?
If it is, then this is a easy fix. 1 bolt and one Wire Connector and DONE....
Posted on Apr 04, 2013
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