Question about 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
My T & C is starting to have a shifting problem. Some times it will shift into drive and some times it will not. The RPM's go high and you can tell that it did not go into drive. This van does not have overdrive. It's a 2001 V-6 3.3L. I have about 125,000 miles on the van. Could it be a sensor? I keep the transmission changed ever 65,000 miles. The tranny oil looks and smells good.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transmission woes.
What's happening is the trans. computer is detecting something wrong. It puts itself into "limp in" mode. Most of the time a sensor is acting up. Go and have you computer (trans.) scanned so you know which sensor is going bad. This is a very common occurrance with all chrysler products. Don't go to Autozone for the scan. Your best bet is to go to a transmission shop.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
SOURCE: 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
P0700 Internal TCM
P0732 Gear Ratio Error in 2nd
P0733 Gear Ratio Error in 3rd
P1782 2-4 Pressure Switch Sense Circuit
P1784 L-R Pressure Switch Sense Circuit
P1787 OD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit
But I am afraid I can't tell you want all these codes mean for your car. It was probably not related to the change in fluid that was performed. However, it is serious and should not be driven until fixed. Risk of total destruction of the transmission is too great. I would assume the symptoms are so diverse that it may be a bad transmission control module. Which is about $200, and fairly easy to replace:
But there are other possibilities, such as a bad relief valve could be letting main pressure drop too low.
This is the type of thing which does require an expert and can't easily be done remotely.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
SOURCE: 1999 Chrysler Concorde LXI 3.2
This sounds as if the input and output speed sensors may be having an issue. If you are putting a used tcm in it will have been powered down and basically reset to it's defaults.Would completely disconnect the battery and hold the cable ends together this will force a hard reset of the tcm and ecm which will return all adaptives to the factory presets.When started it may run very poorly for a few minutes until it relearns. You then should be able to drive it and it will continue it's adaptive learning curve.
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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