Question about 1998 Chrysler Town & Country
1996 Chrysler town and country speedometer and tack don't always work? Just started happening 2 days ago. Didn't work for my wife then worked for me. She said 3 or 4 times today when she drove it they worked fine. Could it be a loose wire or fitting? If so, where to I look for the problem.
Is the check engine light on?
On or not, you can check to see what the error code is by turning the ignition on-off-on-off-on (do not start) and count the number of times the check engine light comes on. This website/pdf will give you good insight to what can be done with various codes regarding transmissions, which may be your problem. Check your code number and see if it is applicable to the list provided.
Without know much more, I would suggest you replace both input and output speed sensors on your transmission. They cost $17-18 each and at this point should be replaced anyway, especially given the lower cost. These can be done while standing in front of the vehicle. Remove the air cleaner and use a 1" socket to unscrew the old and replace with new. (remove wiring before using tools)
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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