1994 Dodge Spirit Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1994 Dodge Spirit
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1994 Dodge Spirit ProblemsTransmission Control Module May Fail
Vehicles may develop a start and die out condition or a transmission that defaults to second gear. Our technicians tell us that the transmission control module (TCM) may be at fault and require replacement. If the TCM is replaced the pinion factor should be reset and the quick learn procedure performed.
A noise from the rear suspension may be noted at slow speeds over uneven road surfaces. This can be caused by a cracked or broken rear torsion bar. A damaged torsion bar will require replacement.
A clicking noise may develop from the left front of the vehicle that varies with vehicle speed. Our technicians tell us that the cause may be the output gear bolt and stirrup contacting the rear cover of the transaxle. The repair involves replacing the transaxle rear cover, fluid filter, and any damaged output gear retention components.
1994 Dodge Spirit Questions94 Dodge spirit hard time maintaining speeds over 100kmh (2 answers)
Car drives fine at low speeds, but when im driving on highway doing around 100km it feels as if im applying brakes, drops about 5-10km then it will then go back to normal , all while keeping the gas pedal in the same position. it does this all the time. the vehicle has only 130,000 km on it.
I just did the headgasket, plugs, wires, cap and rotor and oil change/ coolant flush. It ran fine for a day then all of a sudden will not fire on 2. I have spark and fuel pressure is good. Replaced all the vacuum lines and reset the timing a second time. Could I possibly have bent or stuck intake...
Then shut off, hard to restart, now won't start at all. Changed fuel filter and relay. Checked vacuum lines as well. Would checking fuel pressure help or is it something else? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
1994 Dodge Spirit RecallsSeat Belts Fail
The seat belt anchors may not be secure. Dealers will replace the traveling safety belt lock bar assemblies free of charge to resolve the concern.