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1994 Chrysler Concorde Reverse Problems.

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Question From Woody44 on 1994 Chrysler Concorde Reverse Problems.

1994
Chrysler
Concorde
3.5L
178,000 miles.

Well my reverse went out about a year ago with no signs. It just up and quit. And it was right after we changed the transmission fluid and filter. Now every other gears works perfectly with no problems or noises. Just reverse will not work. I tried some Lucas transmission cleaner about a week ago to see if it would work but so far no good. I read a repair manual and it had the problem listed and it said i needed to change the fluid and filter to solve the issue but i dont think thats the problem but then again i have no clue. The car runs great other than the reverse problem no noises leaks ect. Any help with this would be amazingly appreciated! Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

It would be just wishful thinking to expect an fluid change to do anything for that problem. The transmission has major internal problems and will have to be removed and rebuilt.

Response From Woody44

Are you sure? An if you dont mind me asking would it be cheaper to get a transmission at a junkyard or something than rebuild one?

Response From Hammer Time

Certainly, it would be cheaper but you'll buy something unknown with no warranty that could have been sitting outside for years. Having it rebuilt will give you basically a new trans with a warranty.

Response From Woody44

Okay thanks. But this is confusing me totally. I mean the transmission worked perfectly with no problems what so ever until my dad changed the fluid and filter awhile ago. An the day after he changed it the reverse never worked again. Now a week ago when i put the Lucas Transmission Cleaner in it i got it to go in reverse but it just went a lil ways and quit again. Now is there any thing i can do to it to see if its something else before i get a new tranny?

Response From Hammer Time

This is not unusual at all. Your transmission was already hurting when he changed the oil but the sludge was actually holding it together by helping seal the seals. The new fluid has detergent in it that washed away all the sludge and left you with nothing but a bad trans. This happens all the time when people change the fluid in a transmission that has burnt, sludged up fluid. The additive merely swelled up the seals temporarily. The transmission is cooked.

Response From superbob Top Rated Answer

That trans has a reverse clutch pack that consist of two disks and one steel plate. If that burns out then you will loose reverse only and all other gears will continue to work just fine. This is fairly uncommon with this unit. Used transmissions tend to be very worn out unless it was rebuilt with newer stronger parts. If you get a used one see if the trans has been painted or tagged as rebuilt. The torque conv may be painted as well. This may increase your chances in getting a good used trans
Bob

Response From Woody44

Well I took the car to Ammco Transmissions and had tests done on everything. The guy told me that nothing showed up on the computers about the trans being bad or anything wrong with it. But he said he needs to do more tests to see if its electrical. He did all this for me for free. Which I am taking the car back this weekend.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Woody; (that was my dad's name...short for Woodrow. kind rare, nowadays) I don't mean to 'look a gift horse in the mouth', but beware. I'd recommend a second opinion after he's done 'checking things'. JMO.

Response From superbob

The name of the game in the trans business is to pull the trans out and inspect it for an estimate Say $1,000 . Once we have it taken appart then we will tell you how much we want to charge. Usually the new firm estimate is extremely higher then any price you could have imagined. Sometimes higher than a factory reman with a 60,000 mile warranty honored at dealers all across the country. If you don't like the new staggering estimate then we will put it back together and insatll it in car, for only 1,000 ( your original inspection estimate!). So your out 1,000 bucks. Funny some shops have no idea what the max cost will be even though they have rebuilt 200 of the same transmissions in the last year. What to do?
1. ask to see repairs orders of the last three repairs on the same trans as yours
2. know the cost of a dealer factory reman trans
3. ask the shop if your trans is too expensive to rebuild , if you can bring a trans for them to install?
4. If so how much is the total cost going to be (in writing ) if they install your trans

Odometer stoped working. how do I fix it?

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Question From Milla6 on Odometer stoped working. how do I fix it?

I have a 92 Chrysler LeBaron, 3L V6 engine, and my odometer stopped working randomly. Previous to the complete death of the odometer, it would work sometimes and then not work and then it would only go up to 20 miles. Then, nothing. The car is permantently at 146666 miles. I am pretty car illiterate so I have no idea on how to fix this problem and anything that might work I am willing to give a go.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

http://www.autozone.com/images/products/wl2/wl2su3105002.jpgDuralast / Vehicle Speed Sensor SU3105
This is the most common cause. Of course, it could be the speedometer head in the instrument cluster, as well.
Usually, if the speed sensor (VSS) has a problem, it will also affect transmission shifting if it's an automatic.
Just read your other post. If you are having water problems in the dash, this could be affecting the VSS as well.
Sounds like it's time to pull the instrument cluster and take a look.

Response From Milla6

Like I said in one of my posts, I am one of the most car illiterate people there is. Can you explain how I might do that. The person I bought the car from had lost the owners guide long before I got the car so I cant even look it up.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Milla; We don't know if it is the VSS, yet. If you are going to do this yourself, probably should buy a repair manual for that specific vehicle. The speed sensor is mounted on the transmission.

2002 Town and Country transmission compatibility questions...

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Question From NitroGSXR on 2002 Town and Country transmission compatibility questions...

Hi, I have a 2002 Town and Country Limited with a 3.8L engine (137k miles). The transmission appears to have gone out. When I place it in gear and rev the engine... it limits the revving to 2-3 rpms without going anywhere but it does engage. Weird!!

Anyway, I have a 2000 Town and Country LXi also with a 3.8L engine with a lotta of miles on it (220k). Engine's acting up. Needs new freeze plugs, heater core, PCM, etc. Figured I'd take the transmission then junk it. I was wondering if I could take the transmission from that and put it on the 2002. The engine configuration looks to be different at first glance from under the hood.

I'm not going to buy a new transmission. I can't afford it. I'm not scared to wrench up on a car and have always repaired my own cars with the use of a repair manual. Could a possible rebuild of the 2002 be best than heading to my local junkyard for a used one? Would a repair manual mechanic be able to tackle a complex job as a rebuild?

If a junkyard is my best bet then how can I confirm what other years and models also work with the 2002.

Thanks for any advice.

Response From NitroGSXR

One thing... the 2000 is a front wheel drive. I am not sure about the 2002. It was a gift and we received it broken so we have never driven it. How can I confirm which FWD or AWD?

Response From zmame Top Rated Answer

Well transmission expert should re-build it that way it's guaranteed.. Your cheapest option is used one...

To tell if it's AWD or FWD is look at back axle for differential, driveshaft.. You can also phone your chrysler dealership with your VIN number and they can tell you.

Response From NitroGSXR

Sure I understand that.

Both the 2000 and 2002 that I listed are front wheel drives. How can I find out if they are interchangeable?

Response From zmame

3.8L FWD 2001-2002
3.3L FWD 2001-2002
3.8L AWD 2001-2002

According to my resources.

Response From NitroGSXR

That sucks. Off to the junkyard I go...

Thank you for your time and resources.