Question about Dodge Caravan
Hi, it's likely that a speed sensor, either the input speed( turbine speed, tone wheel attached to the input assembly) or the output speed sensor ( tone wheel on the rear carrier) , or electrical circuit have developed a fault, speed sensors are located on the front side of transaxle on each side of the solenoid pack . The TCM calculates the signal for MPH and sends this info to the MIC ( mech. instrument cluster) and PCM over the "bus"( a data stream ). When this valuable info is lost the TCM goes into a limp-in mode and does not allow the solenoid pack to operate by removing the power via the EATX relay..........
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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