Question about Dodge Caravan
The module is most likely an electronic speed sensor. I doubt that it is to blame for the shifting failure.
Low and reverse gear sometimes share an adjusting band that would explain why they both still work. As for why the other foward gears aren't engaging here are my suggestions.
Make sure the fluid level is good.
Make sure the vacuum line is connected to the shift modulator if applicable.
Make sure tha the shift cable is correctly actuating the shift selector.
Drain the fluid, replace the filter and clean out the pan, install a new pan gasket reinstall the pan and fill with fresh fluid.
Beyond these procedures I suggest that you have it checked out by a technician.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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