1991 Dodge Shadow Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1991 Dodge Shadow

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1991 Dodge Shadow Problems

Erratic Speedometer Operation

Erratic operation of the speedometer may be noted on vehicles equipped with a passenger side motorized seat belt. This is generally caused by a failed Passive Belt Control Module (PBCM). Our technicians tell us that if the speedometer functions correctly with the PBCM disconnected the PBCM should be replaced.

Connector issue with speed sensor

The connector on the input and/or output speed sensors on the automatic transmission may become damaged causing intermittent loss of speed control. There are wiring repair kits available to repair this issue.

Updated Idle Air Control Valve

4 Cylinder engines may exhibit an erratic idle with the Check Engine Light illuminated. These conditions are most commonly present during cold engine operation in rainy weather. Our technicians  tells us that there is an updated idle air control valve available to correct this concern.

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1991 Dodge Shadow Questions

My 91 dodge shadow (2 answers)

Well first problem occurred about two weeks ago, whenever the gas was below a half tank , ONLY left turns would make it stall, now i think that is from cracked baffles in the tank, but just yesterday it stopped turning over completely and just makes one loud click every time the key is turned. He...

were would i find a fuse for a 1991 dodge shadow. There like a blinker fuse. (1 answer)

there is know one in town that knows were to find one

Need to replace brake light switch. (1 answer)

I need directions on how to replace a brake light switch on a 1991 Dodge Shadow America. I can see the switch but unsure how to remove it.

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1991 Dodge Shadow Recalls

Driver's Seat Mounting Bolts Break

The lower mounting bolts for the driver's seat may break, resulting in the seat becoming loose while driving. Dealers will replace the lower seat back attaching bolt on the driver's seat with a higher strength bolt that includes a self locking nylon patch free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Air Bag Sensors Not Secure

The front air bag impact sensors may not be secured properly. Dealers will secure the sensor attachments to their brackets free of charge to resolve the concern.

Front Brake Caliper Pin Guide Bolts Loosen

The front caliper guide pin bolts may not be torqued properly and could loosen. Dealers will properly torque the guide pin bolts free of charge to resolve the concern.

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