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1989 dodge dynasty

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Aug 11, 2006, 9:11 PM

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im looking at a 89 dynasty, for sale sign says, trans problem when i test drove it nothing ,but seller says it will not shift once warmed up 68000 0n vehicle,need an opinion transmission guy said for me to find throttle linkage thats runs to tranny and see if it wiggles, if it dont its stuck and is a pretty easy repair if it does move problem is in trans itself anyone know if this is the case,i mean this tranmission guy in town seemed pretty sure of himself,he said if that mechanism does not move for me to buy it, thanks everyone for sure

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Aug 13, 2006, 12:29 PM

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I partly agree with your tranny guy but if the throttle linkage were seized (which is very common) the trans would be acting up cold or warm.

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Sep 13, 2011, 9:30 PM

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Hello, my name is Jessica. I worked for Chrysler,Dodge,&Jeep for 3 years. There are many things that could be the problem. The can be one but, there are some others. The transmission is electronical. There are sensors that are located with the transmission. There is a transmission input and output sensor that could be causing it or it could be the speed sensor located on the back side of the transmission. The speed sensor in the transmission has a gears that is located onit that makes the speedometer work. Check all three of theses sensor. The one in the transmission runs any where from $40-$60 and the speed sensors run any where from $12-$20 bucks.

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Sep 14, 2011, 3:06 AM

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You gotta be kidding............ This thread is over 5 years old and the car probably qualifies for antique plates now. Please look at the dates before posting.


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