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1990 Chrysler TC Maserati Engine Oil Filter Mopar

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1991 Chrysler TC Maserati Engine Camshaft Seal NOK

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1990 Chrysler TC Maserati Engine Oil Filter Mahle - Spin-On

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1989 - Chrysler TC Maserati L 4 Cyl 2.2L 135 -
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1991 - Chrysler TC Maserati V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2972
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1991 Chrysler TC Maserati Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Right Premium Vision - Pronto Standard - All Seasons

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1991 - Chrysler TC Maserati Front Right
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1991 Chrysler TC Maserati Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Left Premium Vision - Pronto Standard - All Seasons

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1991 - Chrysler TC Maserati Front Left
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1990 Chrysler TC Maserati Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Right Premium Vision - Conventional Wiper Blade

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1991 - Chrysler TC Maserati Front Left
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1991 Chrysler TC Maserati Accessory Drive Belt Dayco

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disarm alarm

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Question From grimes on disarm alarm

I have a 1991 chrysler TC Maserati with an aftermarket alarm Chrysler system on it. I no longer have the key FOB and need to disarm it. Is there an easy way to do this

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Go under the dash and remove the alarm module. Then solder and heat shrink the starter circuit wiring back together.

Response From grimes

thanks, I guess I can follow the wiring from the dash display back to the module?

Response From Discretesignals

You should be able to find it following the alarm display wiring.

digital speedometer quit working

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Question From mrmajestyk on digital speedometer quit working

1990
Chrysler
New Yorker Landau
3.3 V-6
This car has digital gauges and speedo. The speedometer stopped working and so did the odometer.The speedo always reads zero and the odometer does not move. The last time I parked it, everything was working fine, the next day these things started. When I start the car, all the gauges and speedometer cycle like they should. Any ideas greatly appreciated.

Response From Discretesignals

VSS related trouble code stored in the engine computer?

Response From mrmajestyk

I have not checked for that yet.

Response From Discretesignals

Do the key dance and see if there are flash codes stored.


Response From mrmajestyk

ok, I did the key dance and got codes 14 and 15. Would one of these be the culprit?

Response From Discretesignals

Unfortunately, no. Those codes deal with the ABS system.

This is where it starts getting more complicated.

Perform a cluster diagnostic check:

With the key off, press and hold the trip and trip/reset buttons at the same time. Turn the key on. The cluster should display "check". Press the US/metric switch. The cluster will then display trouble codes, if any, followed by a 999. 999 means end of codes. If there are no codes, 999 will be displayed only.

Response From mrmajestyk

ok, just to double check the key dance, I did it again and this time it showed codes 15 and 35. I tried pushing trip and trip/reset together and turning the key on but "check" did not come on, just the normal display. The us/metric button had no effect.

Response From mrmajestyk

sorry, that was codes 15 and 34, not 15 and 35.

Response From Discretesignals

I was re reading the code charts and it really doesn't list the number for the engine computer codes. They all concern ABS.

I went to a different source and the 15 code is vehicle speed sensor circuit and the 34 has to do with a fault in the cruise control system.

If the engine computer isn't getting the signal from the distance sensor that might explain why your speedo is inop. To determine what the fault is, you would have to see if the signal from the sensor is reaching the engine computer. It could be a problem with the sensor, something mechanical that drives the sensor, a wiring issue, or the engine computer itself( unlikely).

The sensor is located in the extension housing of the transaxle. You should first do a visual inspection of the sensor, connectors, and wiring. Make sure the terminals inside the connector aren't spread out.

Response From mrmajestyk

I was looking for a replacement sensor and saw two different types, one is a input sensor and one is a output. Which one would I get?
Thank you for all your help.

Response From Discretesignals

Neither. The input and output speed sensors are used by the transmission control unit and are used to determine gear ratio.

The distance sensor is used by the ECM and has white/orange and black/light blue wires on its connector.




Are you going to troubleshoot or gamble and replace the sensor?


Response From mrmajestyk

I'll check the connections and wiring and anything else that seems out of place first but will probably wind up buying a sensor if I can't find anything. Thank you again for all of your help.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Here's some other information that might be considered:

91chrysler07

NO.: 08-10-91

GROUP: ELECTRICAL

DATE: Sept. 9, 1991


SUBJECT: Speedometer Reading Fluctuates and/or Speed Control Disengages


MODELS:

1989-91 (AA) ACCLAIM/SPIRIT/LEBARON SEDAN
(AB) RAM VAN/WAGON (RWD)
(AC) DYNASTY/NEW YORKER SALON
(AD) RAM PICKUP/RAM CAB & CHASSIS/RAMCHARGER
(AG) DAYTONA
(AJ) LEBARON COUPE/LEBARON CONVERTIBLE
(AN) DAKOTA PICKUP
(AP) SUNDANCE/SHADOW/SHADOW CONVERTIBLE
(AQ) CHRYSLER'S TC (MASERATI COUPE)
(AS) CARAVAN/GRAND CARAVAN/CARAVAN C/V
VOYAGER/GRAND VOYAGER/TOWN & COUNTRY
(AY) IMPERIAL/NEW YORKER FIFTH AVENUE


SYMPTOM/CONDITION:

The vehicle's speedometer reading fluctuates and/or the speed control is inoperative or disengages intermittently. This may be caused by spread female terminals at the 2-way distance sensor connector.


DIAGNOSIS:

Inspect the 2-way distance sensor connector for terminal push outs or damage to the connector, such as broken terminals or locking fingers. If no other problems are found, insert the male pin terminal gauge (4368163 from package 4419586) into the female terminals of the 2-way wiring harness connector. The male terminal gauge should mate snugly. If the male terminal gauge is loose, replace the wiring harness 2-way connector using the following repair procedure. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLOSE DOWN THE FEMALE TERMINAL.


PARTS REQUIRED:

1 Wiring Connector Assembly Package 4419586


REPAIR PROCEDURE:

1. Cut the leads to the damaged 2-way connector at staggered lengths and place a piece of heat shrink tubing on each wire.


2. Cut the matching wires on the new 2-way connector to staggered lengths (allowing extra length for solder connections) so that the length of the new wiring is the same as the original wiring.

3. Strip one half inch of insulation from each wire and twist each pair of matching wires together. Solder each joint using a ROSIN CORE SOLDER. Center the heat shrink tubing over the joint and heat using a heat gun. Heat the joint until the tubing is tightly sealed and sealant comes out of both ends of the tube.

4. Install the wiring in its original routing and reconnect the distance sensor.

Response From Discretesignals

If the wiring and connector looks good, there is another test you can do. Usually, you are supposed to use the DRB or high end scan tool to look at the VSS info, but you may be able to use the speedo.

One wire on the speed connector should have 4 or 5 volts. The sensor is a reed switch with 8 magnetic poles. Every time a magnet gets close enough the reed switch closes. When it is closed the 4 or 5 volts is pulled to ground. This creates a digital signal the engine computer uses to determine vehicle speed. You can act as the reed switch and use a piece of wire to bridge the two terminals in the connector together. You want to tap ( quickly) on one terminal while keeping the piece of wire on the other terminal, like your doing Morse code. What your doing is simulating the digital signal the sensor would generate. Someone else in the vehicle should see some sort of reaction of the speedometer when you do that with the ignition on.

If you see a reaction from the speedo, that means the wiring, ECM, and instrument cluster are good.