Six cylinder front wheel drive automatic 112,000 miles.
My wife was in labor this last Saturday so I sped to the hospital as fast as I could. Up to 100 mph for periods of time. This was a thirty minute drive.
But now, my vehicle is staying in second gear. Limp mode as I was told. I have already changed out the input and output sensors on the exterior of the trans. I was told that there is another sensor inside the transmission. So I am getting ready to get to tear into that.
Can someone please tell me what the ohms are supposed to be on the sensors to my transmission so I do not have to waste anymore money? I strongly believe that the problem is electrical and not mechanical.
It is a 2001 Chrysler Voyager six cylinder four speed.
What ohm readings am I supposed to have for the transmission control relay? What are my peramaters?
Is there anything else that I am overlooking or need to test out?
have the same problem?
Friday, October 1st, 2010 AT 6:24 PM