Question about Chrysler Voyager
How is your transmission shifting?
the reason I ask is because your code is a communication loss code between the TCM and the other module(s). It's not uncommon for the wiring problems to develop in the harness that runs from the PCM in front of the battery to the TCM on the Pass side inner fender. Look around where the harness is tie strapped to the transmission pan. it's common for the wires to break or be full of water especially after somebody has had the pan off or the transmission has been removed for repair. Can also be a wiring problem right at the PCM or TCM connector or the TCM itself TCM is transmission control module)
although not as likely as a wiring issue.
when communication is lost the transmission will go into limp mode which is 2nd gear and stay there. Sometimes it will come back every time the van is shut off. Not an easy fix but on the plus side not an overly expensive one if you're gonna tackle it yourself. You'll need a scanner that will give you input and output speed sensor readings and a wiring diagram. TCM's should be reasonably cheap used or even new, not sure haven't priced one in forever and the wrecking yard are full of them and even the connector(s) should they be required
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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