1. All turns and hazard. Check the flasher unit located just to the right of the steering column. You have to remove the lower dash cover (driver side) to gain access to the unit. It looks like this.
2. Temp and tach. As you have removed the bottom part of the dash, you may want to remove the upper part as well to gain access to the gauge cluster. Make sure that all wire harnesses are securely and tightly fastened to the cluster. Also check for any crack/damage on the circuit board. The circuit board to the gauge cluster on this model is notorious of being cracked or damage.
3. Transmission gone. Not necessarily. If you have access to the original PCM, put it back in. If you don't, verify with the previous owner that the PCM has been programmed to work with the vehickle. If not, then you have to send the vehicle to the nearest dealer for re-programming.
As the speedo and odometer work, I don't suspect any speed sensors being bad, but I would just check them. Slipping: Do you have enough fluid? Is it the right fluid? Only use Mopar or ATF+4 equivalent. 90% of the time, Chrysler transmission slipping is caused by wrong type of ATF being used.
Saturday, June 6th, 2009 AT 12:52 AM