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Will a speed sensor cause speedometer not to work?
The most common causes of a speedometer that stopped working include are a faulty speed sensor, a broken gear on the speedometer, damaged wiring, or a faulty engine control unit.
Does the speedometer affect the transmission?
Problem Description The vehicle may lose vehicle speed signal, which can affect speedometer operation and transmission shift quality. Most often the vehicle speed sensor is faulty, however, at times, the driven gear inside the transmission is at fault.
Does the transmission speed sensor control the odometer?
Wheel speed sensors may perform several jobs, including ABS function, traction control, stability control, ground speed (your speedometer and odometer), and tire pressure monitoring. The ECU monitors all wheel speed sensors at the same time.
What kind of engine does a Plymouth Sundance have?
The Sundance offered a variety of four-cylinder engines, all either of 2.2 or 2.5 L, some turbocharged. Naturally aspirated versions were, except in Mexico, fuel injected.
Why was there no convertible on the Dodge Sundance?
Unlike the Dodge Shadow, a convertible model was not offered for the Sundance. The reason for this is because all Plymouths were sold with Chryslers, and Chrysler already sold the LeBaron convertible; although it was based on a different platform. Dodges, on the other hand, were sold by themselves, and Dodge had no other convertible.
What was the selling point of the Plymouth Sundance?
The relatively large storage capacity of the Sundance was one major selling point. While based on a platform which dated all the way back to 1981, its styling, utility, reliable powertrains, and trim levels (most notably the Duster) made the Sundance popular until it was discontinued.
What’s the difference between a Dodge Shadow and a Sundance?
The Sundance was more tuned for comfort while the Shadow was more tuned for performance, however the difference was not drastic. The Sundance could easily be distinguished by its chrome (body colored for Duster) eggcrate grille which was common on Plymouths of that era.