Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
Need more info, but you have a vehicle speed sensor in the transmission that sends an electrical signal to your speedometer.
Your speedo the transforms the signal and sends it to the tachometer and the engine control computer (PCM).
There is no cable for the speedo in this van.
The speed sensor is very hard to remove due to corrosion, but you can clean the two terminals on the sensor to see if that fixes it.
The VSS is on top of the trans, drivers side, rear. Acesss from above or below.
Push release cilp and lift up on the conector. Clean with product from radio shack.
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Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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