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Transmission does not work in any gear. when place in reverse and neutral will have rpm as expected. in all forward position rpm will only go to about 2000...computer and solanoid pack replaced......orb meter shows no codes.....

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Check Torque Converter. Chrysler has a default in the transmission they have been putting in for years. It is in Chyrsler and Dodge cars. The pin in the Trans slips because it doesn't have a retainer that would cost Chrysler about $50 dollars but instead continue to put these faulty Trans in there cars. These pins are known to slip and put a hole in the casing about the size of a half dollar.

Also, keep in midn that you have two Speed Sensors in the side of the housing (input and ouput speeds). Its possible that one of them is bad. They screw in and out without tools (if you have strong hands) and can be replaced in a matter of minutes.

Hope helps.

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

  • ZJ Limited
    ZJ Limited Jun 02, 2010

    Comment from Sebring's Owners...
    QUOTE
    I have the same car and had the same problem twice. First time, it
    seemingly fixed itself. Second time, my mechanic spent hours trying to
    find the source. Turns out that there was a wire that was somehow run
    over the top of the steering column to a connection almost near the
    stereo. It had come loose. He reconnected it and it fixed the problem.

    See
    if that doesn't fix it. If it doesn't, there's supposed to be a manual
    override switch under the vinyl boot of the shifter.
    END QUOTE.


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