Question about Chrysler Voyager
Firs check the codes using a scanner some auto parts stores do it at no cost as it may not have anything to do with it i say this because i had the similar problem but the light never came on and the shifting was perfect but the noise was thereat first when cold then all the time even after i serviced the transmission so i took the chance and replace the module is located in the transmission body under the battery bracket this was recommended to me by a transmission expert the original had 2 gaskets and a aluminum plate in between the one i put on had only 1 gasket no plate he said it was the same but improved part it worked so there was a second time on a different van i work as a mechanic and this time i didn't service the transmission just went strait to the same part and it worked also i can not tell how much the part cost the guy trade it for some of my work i hope this gives you an idea but wont hurt to make sure rise the front wheels and put it on gear i use a hose to hear where the noise is coming from put one end close to my ear and the other in the place i thin the noise is please let me know if this helps thank you
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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