Yes. The sensor on a 4 cly is on the back of the transmission on the passenger side near where the right drive shaft comes out. On a V6 it is on the other side.
The speedometer is cable driven.
A 1991 dodge dynasty speedometer bouncing could be a sticking speedometer cable, or a bad drive gear. Check the cable first, and lubricate it to see if the problem stops.
You can find the 1991 Dodge Shadow thermostat in the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing will be on the front of the engine.
how do i change a water pump in a 1991 dodge shadow with a 2.2 liter does it require an internal water pump
Yes it will... you need to switch the flywheels though to mount it to the automatic transmission...
no There is a magnetic pickup on the transmission
Next to the battery.
Probably in the fuel tank
Yes, but there is no need to do so.
It does not have a cable... It is electronic controlled. It has a sensor that is bolted in the drivers side of the transmission TAIL SHAFT that controlls the speedometer among other things.
Fuse labeled instruments.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
Most likely as they (mostly) shared the same drivetrains
It is probably a bad speed sensor. The speed sensor is located on the transmission and sends a signal to the speedometer. It acts like a speedometer cable only sending electronic pulses instead of turning like a cable does.
under the car by the passenger side rear wheel
There are actually many different vacuum hoses for the 1991 Dodge Shadow, and they are all in different places. Most vacuum hoses originate on the intake manifold, next to the throttle body, which sits underneath the air cleaner.
Obd1, obd2 wasn't until 1996.
The firing order should be 1-4-3-2.
It should be on the driver side fender... 2nd relay back.
The starter on the 2.2L and 2.5L is under the exhaust manifold on the back side of the engine.
tough one...... depends on model .... convertible... turbo... and mileage.. condition 3000 around about
Back in 1991 I THINK that they still used a mechanical cable from the transmission to the speedometer. Only later did they change to electronic readout, but I'm not sure what year. It sounds like the speedo cable needs to be lubricated, possibly replaced.