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1997 JA Stratus Sedan
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1998 JA Status Sedan
1998 JX Stratus Convertible
1999 JA Stratus
2000 JX Stratus Convertible
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0 Lubrication and Maintenance
3 Differential and Driveline
7 Cooling System
7a Cooling System
8B Starting Systems
8C Charging System
8Ca Charging System
8D Ignition System
8Da Ignition System
8E Instrument Panel Systems
8Ea Instrument Panel Systems
8F Audio Systems
8G Horn Systems
8H Vehicle Speed Control System
8J Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Systems
8Ja Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Systems
8K Windshield Wipers and Washers
8M Passive Restraint Systems
8N Electrically Heated Systems
8O Power Distribution Systems
8P Power Lock Systems
8Pa Power Lock Systems
8Q Vehicle Theft/Security Systems
8R Power Seat Systems
8S Power Window Systems
8T Power Mirror Systems
8U Chime/Buzzer Warning Systems
8Ua Chime/Buzzer Warning Systems
8W Wiring Diagrams
11 Exhaust System
11a Exhaust System
13 Frame and Bumpers
14 Fuel System
14a Fuel System
22 Tires and Wheels
24 Heating and Air Conditioning
25 Emission Control Systems
25a Emission Control Systems
CLEANING AND INSPECTION
CLEANING VALVE BODY
Prior to removing any transaxle parts, plug all openings and clean unit, preferably by steam. Cleanliness through entire disassembly and assembly cannot be overemphasized. When disassembling, each part should be washed in a suitable solvent, then dried by compressed air. Do not wipe parts with shop towels. All mating surfaces in the transaxles are accurately machined; therefore, careful handling of all parts must be exercised to avoid nicks or burrs.
NOTE: Tag all springs, as they are removed, for reassembly identification.
GEARSHIFT LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT
Normal operation of the Park/Neutral Position
Switch provides a quick check to confirm proper linkage adjustment.
Move the selector level slowly forward until it clicks into the (P) Park position. The starter should operate.
After checking the (P) position, move selector slowly toward the (N) Neutral position until lever is in the (N) position. If the starter will also operate at this point the gearshift linkage is properly adjusted.
If the starter fails to operate in either position, linkage adjustment is required.
PINION FACTOR PROCEDURE
The vehicle speed readings for the speedometer are taken from the output speed sensor. The TCM must be calibrated to the different combinations of equipment available. Pinion Factor allows the technician to set the Transmission Control Module initial setting so that the speedometer readings will be correct.
Failure to perform this procedure will cause a No Speedometer Operation condition.
This procedure must be performed if the Transmission Control Module has been replaced.
To properly read or reset the Pinion Factor, it is necessary to use a DRB scan tool. Perform the following steps with the DRB scan tool to read or reset the
(1) Plug the DRB scan tool into the data link connector located under the instrument panel.
(2) Select the Transmission menu.
(3) Select the Miscellaneous menu.
(4) Select Pinion Factor. Then follow the instructions on the DRB scan tool screen.
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
(1) Place transaxle in PARK.
(2) Disconnect battery negative cable at left strut tower.
(3) Remove air cleaner assembly.
(4) Disconnect battery positive cable.
(5) Disconnect Transmission Control Module (TCM) connector. Remove TCM.
(6) Pull Power Distribution Center (PDC) up and out of the way.
(7) Using a pry tool, pry up on cable at manual valve lever and remove cable from lever (Fig. 35).
(8) Remove the screw from the cable bracket at the
transaxle (Fig. 35).