1999 Chrysler 300M Q&A
1999 Chrysler 300M Question: Car will not shift
Did you install a scan tool to the computer? Is it capable of reading transmission codes? Do you have a check engine light, service engine soon light or any flashing lights on in the dashboard? - lawrenceg
I got the same issue this week and I was told that my TCM needs to be replaced. Transmission Control module, which by the way runs almost 400 dollars for the part and 225 dollars labor the dealer ship told me. It sits to your right side on top when you pop the hood.. I literally did it myself and I got the part for only 32 bucks from the junkyard - kaelling
had same problem it was transmission speed sensor - funtastick
Transmission solenoid pack probably needs to be replaced. In may case, error code P1776 did appear. New part can be bought online for $250 plus installation labor. Since your problem occurred in 2009, probably resolved by now. Let us all know the resolution. ( http://www.partsgeek.com/wqc1ngz-chrysler-300m-automatic-transmission-solenoid.html?utm_source=shopzilla&utm_medium=pf&utm_content=wc&utm_campaign=PartsGeek+ShopZilla&fp=pp&utm_term=1999-2004+Chrysler+300M+Automatic+Transmission+Solenoid+-+Mopar) - DynoNY
car down shifts when i come to a stop
if it does shift from park its really hard to shift in to any gear it had bent the arm that the cable attach to by the shifter from the tranny
Fatigued or broken wires to the output speed sensor can cause problems with the cruise control,...
here's the problem... 1999 chrysler 300m running really rough. down shifting, up shifting erratically, rpm's all over the place wont stay running. what I have done is disconnect the positive ba...
I can not use the auto stick to shift. The gear shifter will go in place but it doesn't register on the dash.