2002 dodge neon automatic transmission running fine one day then the next had a hard time cranking the speedometer went crazy now doesnt work check engine light came on and went to leave it wont shift

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Asked by Nov 19, 2013 at 12:38 AM about the 2002 Dodge Neon 4 Dr ES Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Speedometer went crazy check
engine light on wont shift from first
gear. Reverse still works happened
out of no where.

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Output,input speed sensors. Maybe?

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You know there has been a lot of questions on here lately about that! Wonder if dodge has a recall on this problem

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Im not sure but im really getting ready to sell it as is. Dodge just isnt what they make theirselves out to be

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check the engine and transmission mounts...just a gut theory here~...cannot hurt to check them~....floorjack~

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I hear you Randy. Could be something simple but could be something bad at the same time. How many miles you have on it?

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Roy what would the mounts have to do with that problem? Just wondering where your theory is comeing from

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Digital reader says 201636. But i think that stopped working when all that started. I havent drove it tho in fear of over heating the trans

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