Question about 1994 Eagle Talon
I have the same problem with my 94 Talon Tsi AWD. I was reading on the DSM site that there is a Reed Switch inside the instrument cluster where the tachometer is. They say its one of the cars speed sensors and when it malfunctions the ECU for the car wont recognize the car is moving and cut the car off. I dont know exactly where the reed switch is inside the cluster I have to get out my service manual to see that, Im going out later this week to get a whole new cluster ill let you guys know if that fixes the problem.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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