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2001 town and country transmission replacement problem

I replaced the tranny in the van with a used one that has a warranty. it all bolted it and cables pluged up. now it wont start. the car wont tunr over at all. i dont kno whats causing this. could it be a netural safety switch not in place? if so how do i reset that? or could it be a anti-theft sensor not working properly? if any has any ideas to help me it would be apriceated

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  • maddog02 May 11, 2010

    do you have 3 speed trans with 2.4 or a 4 speed trans 3.3 or 3.8?

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Please replace the crank sensor at the back of motor between trans and engine this could have got bumped when the trans was going back in .it is plastic and it wont take much to damage it its about $50
thank for your question!

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  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough Feb 05, 2009

    did you fix the problem, sorry i answered your question ..i know no one wants to look like they made a mistake.

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