Question about 1999 Chrysler Town & Country
I just bought this van and did some repairs to it, the battery was dead and I charged it. The speedometer and tach are tha only thing that don't function.
My speedometer and rpm gauge didn't work after my battery went dead, through research I was told to look and the gauges needle would be below the pin in the gauges (and they were) is this is true you can drill a small hole above the pin take a straightened out paper clip and lift the needle above the pin and my speedometer worked great, didn't try to fix my rpm gauge but my battery ran down about 6 months later and when I re-charged the battery the rpm started working again so I would take my battery cables off and let everything die and then re-start and see if this fixes the problem first.
Posted on Oct 22, 2011
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