Question about 1996 Chrysler LHS
My car is stuck in limp mode and i know it needs some work. I had a diagnostic done at advance auto parts and no codes came back for the test. If it was a computer problem or something like the cylanoid pack, would that have showed up on the diagnostic test? My question is, do I have any other alternatives besides getting the transmission rebuilt for 1400$
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Posted on Feb 28, 2010
OK here is the bad news....yes you propably do need the solenoid pack replaced in the trans,BUT....you can try replacing the input and output sensors on the trans they are about $16.00 each at the dealer,I dont recommend aftermarket sensors.they are pretty easy to get to dont forget to clear the pcm after the repairs.good luck have a good day DB
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