autostick shifting

Asked by Sep 19, 2008 at 09:36 PM about the 1999 Dodge Caravan

Question type: General

how does the auto stick shif work have 99 dodge caravan se 3.8 engine

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15

I do not know what you mean by auto stick shift but it sounds like in a automatic car you put it into 1st instead of D and hit it up to 2nd then to D

20

This. It has a switch to let driver shift gear on the fly. It's on the ES and Sport only not SE.

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IT'S AN ELECTRIC LINKAGE POSITION SENSOR . AND THE MANUAL MODE IS ACTIVATED WHEN YOU BUMP THE SHIFTER SIDE TO SIDE ...ETC... BY SENDING A PULSE TO THE TRANS MISSION VALVE BODY CONTROL MODULE (ELECTRIC OVER HYDRAULIC ) AND IT SHIFTS UP OR DOWN ONE GEAR AT A TIME OR SKIPS OR WHAT EVER THE CONTROL MODULE TELLS IT TO DO .FOR THE MODE IT'S IN ...pbn

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