Question about 1991 Chrysler TC
This problem is so common is not even funny. Chrysler put out a TB on this years ago. Disconnect the battery and go under the car and clean the ground for the starter... it is shared with the TCM. If this doesn;t prevent a recurrence, then your brake switch (at the pedal) is sticking causing a downshift. Have a nice day!
Posted on Aug 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, two possible issues here. the first could be a malfunctioning shift solenoid. this can affect the shifting operation. the next issue could be the transmission control model(TCM). if this fails, you will experience abnormal shifting during up and downshifting. I would check these areas as well as the fluid level as well. Some transmissions are sealed and you cant check the fluid level. if you have a transmission dip stick visible, please check the fluid level before you check the other areas.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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