Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
You will need to check the connector at the Vehicle Speed Sensor,either the connector has a problem or less likely the sensor is defective. Following is instructions on inspection and replacement of VSS. The Vehicle Speed sensor is located on the side of the transmission. You would be best to remove the battery tray and air intake plenum to see it. Trace the fuse block wire going to the back of the transmission. it will be located on the Left side (looking at the motor) after the ribs pointing back at you. It should have one mount screw and when you pull it out it will have a magnet on the end of the sensor. To replace the VSS, disconnect the electrical connector remove retaining bolt and it should fall right outr
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