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Follow this first and see if a recalibrate will help.

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1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Feb 24, 2018


The ignition switch is open in the run position.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Jul 24, 2016


A scanner will show you. Codes will tell you. Or pull them and test them with am Ohm meter. Could be the solenoid pack also. If you transmission leaks. When it gets to low, it will suck air. This will also cause your van to go into limp mode. Start the van and check transmission fluid first. Fill as necessary. Turn it off and disconnect the battery for 30 minutes. This will clear the computer. Drive it. If it stays out of limp mode. Fix the leaks and/or keep it filled. Those sensors run around $20 a piece. The solenoid pack can be around $200+ Don't buy a good used one.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Nov 22, 2015


I take it you have a A604 Transmission?
The Fluid Level, Fluid Quality, Leak management and Transmission Filter are pretty much what you can immediately check and change. Is the Fluid Level correct?,,,checked while the engine is on? When was the last time the Fluid and Filter replaced last?
My 1994 I did the above and in 2001 ended up replacing a gear. I then had to change in 2002 the Transmission Solenoid, AND a year after that replaced the entire transmission (rebuild)
Start SMALL (fluid, filter, gasket) and work bigger (Solenoid about $300) and then to the transmission ($1,500-$2,300). I kept the new solenoid I bought for future use.
PS. The A604 has/had major problems lasting only 35K before additional problems. It has now 28-engineering changes. They also renamed it to the 41TE because the A604 was so bad and took on so many changes.
Good Luck and let me know if this worked, or if you had additional questions or information I can help you with at fixya.com!

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


CLEAN ALL CONTACTS BAD GROUND

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Jan 07, 2015


The problem is the connector that plugs into the radio. You might try spraying it with electrical contact cleaner. Best solution would be to replace the connector. Don't know how handy you are but you could remove each contact individually from the plastic plug and inspect, clean, reshape and reinsert the pin back in the block. If you can find a schematic that identifies each wire in the plug that would help greatly.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Jul 05, 2014


Hi there.
Well it could be either a short in the starter motor or the Key to solenoid or a wire touching earth like engine etc ,
so check wiring from ign switch as that switch could be the problem before going to far.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on May 29, 2014


Hi there.
You are better off going to the auto elect people and get your own repaired as its a lot quicker and cheaper.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on May 29, 2014


Replace the belt tensioner. This is a common problem. They also have a pulley available for the tensioner that has edges on it to keep this from happening.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Apr 19, 2014


Should be either in panel under dash on drivers side, or under hood in fuse/relay box usually on drivers side fender area. Under hood are label, on underside of cover.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013


If 25 automatic idle speed.\[AIS].If 35 radiator fan relay.What problem you have overheating or poor idle.

1994 Chrysler... | Answered on Apr 05, 2013

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