transmission wont shift out of first gear

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Asked by Jun 26, 2014 at 11:48 PM about the 2004 Chrysler Concorde LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 concordeTransmission is full but does not shift out of first gear. No lack of power
so I don't suspect catalytic converter. I'm thinking screen in pain. Any other
ideas???????

12 Answers

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Yes check vacume,s to tranny,

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Will do, ill let y know. Thanks tst.

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Speedo not working and check engine light?

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Hi Tom , speedometer still works . Check engine was on before.

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Transmission output sensor

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There are an input and output (output sends signal to ecm ) ecm sends signal to trans controller and shift occurs.

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Input tells ecm trans is in motion

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Scan twice buy once.

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My car wouldn't shift out of first so upon replacing my speed input sensor i noticed the wireing harness going to it had worn and melted together once i seperated and re taped them my car shifted like a champ

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Mine does same thing but speedo aint working ether

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hi the new speed sensor did not work the computer can not reboot with out being taken out and disconnected can not touch car at all try it

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We're is the speed sensor at on the trans

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