Question about 2002 Chrysler Town & Country
I had this same thing occur in my 2001 Town & Country, it always happens when I have to do any electrical work that requires unhooking the battery. Once the van restarts, the needle swings around backwards, but there is a small retaining nub that keeps it from making a full revolution. In my 2001 this is easily fixed, you just pop off the dashplate around the upper half of the steering column, and then there are four bolts holding the clear plastic instrument panel cover in place. Once you remove those, you just pull off the speedometer needle, then replace it on the other side of the retaining nub. Be careful when touching the little nub however, it is rubbery and quite delicate. Hope this works for your 2002!
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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