1999 Chrysler Town & Country Q&A
1999 Chrysler Town & Country Question: neutral safety switch
Your vehicle is not equipped with a Neutral safety switch. You have a Transmission range Sensor (TRS) located inside of the transmission. The Transmission Range Sensor (TRS) communicates shift lever position to the Transmission Control Module (TCM) as a combination of open and closed switches. This also sends a signal to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to engage the starter. Each shift lever position has an assigned combination of switch states (open/closed) that the TCM receives from four sense circuits. The TCM interprets this information and determines the appropriate transaxle gear position and shift schedule. Have your technician check the wiring connectors at the transmission and TCM before condeming the TRS - Johnny Mopar
Started my car and it turned and then died, this happened 3x and then no turnover. All the lights go on and so i know not a bad battery i put 30 bucks in gas last night. I was informed it may be t...
Need to know where the neutral safety switch is located at on my vehicle
chrysler town and country (mgf 9-98).NO park or neutral and unable to start?Manual location outside transmission?Not showing in the car?Need location and service.All fuse Ok?
Im told my 99chrysler town and country van does not have a nuetral safety switch...I have to wiggle the gear selector till its starts...then it will start pretty mucj all day aftet that....im told ...
I replaced the transmission on my Chrysler Town and Country van and now it won't start.