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my granddad has a voyager LX CRD, he has problems with getting the car into gear, as he says if you are lazy (cutting corners on the gearbox) it won't go into gear. we checked the gearbox oil and it was low and also it seemed that it was transmission fluid (for an automatic car) ALTHOUGH my granddads car was a manual. this is the one thing that chrysler don't come first for - Manual Cars hope i helped you
Hi, should be straight forward it sounds like you have a faulty speedo sender unit in the gearbox or possibly just a bad conection if in doubt take to an auto electrician with diagnostic capabilities he should find it quite quickly.
If you find one that has a 4-speed and the same engine size, then they will fit. What you need to watch for is that you get the correct gear ratio tranny to keep your car operating properly. I only know one way to know for sure and that is a number stamped just above the pan rail on the bottom oil pan. It will be long and have some letters at the start of it. You may be able to get that to a dealership and have them look it up. If the donor transmission is still in the car then the vehicle id number should tell you what ratio the trans is when it's looked up. That is how it's done with the US cars, it may vary a bit with the UK ones, but I am not sure.