She was bending down to pick up something from the floor while vehicle was still traveling and hit a brick fence. So they serviced the transmission and replaced those parts and it still had the same symptoms. They ajusted the throttle pressure cable. I don't bog the engine. Chad Stradling i had a similar problem where when i was on the highway at higher speeds, the rpms would go up and down and sometines shift up and down. Second in line that would fix this problem for others that were having similar symptoms was replacing the output speed sensor which is on the outside of the transmission, I replace this part and it fixed my problem.
New converter was put in, still good!! We pumped and pumped and pumped some more and the pedal never gets full or firmer. Upshifts as well as downshifts have to do with the opening of the throttle throttle pressure cable , the speed at which the outputshaft is turning governor pressure , and the valves located in the valve body. Is there something else we can try? The dealership replaced the tranny at 3100 miles, but it still grinds. That is the one I changed twice on my 1999 with a 5. If full motion of the transmission shift lever has been verified, and the customer has complained of the above condition, then perform the Repair Procedure.
Remove the old shift shaft lever. The dealer stated transmission needed to be rebuilt. Do you have the tire and handling package? Automatic Transmission problem 8 Was shifting from drive into reverse and was turning steering wheel, and vehicle stalled. I also hear a rattling noise when the throttle put down just the right amount. Obtain access to the shift shaft detent plug on a Cherokee or Wrangler from inside the vehicle. They said the whole housing busted and fell down, and they would have to replace the whole housing.
See next post as well. It would not shift into the proper gears. Only the cable is adjustable. It started messing up again so i had to readjust it. Also, vehicle failed to go into reverse. The detent plug is located on top of the transmission and immediately to the rear of shift tower.
The bigger tires lower the ratio quite a bit compared to a 2wd I drove. Could it be the filter? Did that until it was only pumping fluid back into the reservoir. I don't know if this is going to fix the problem or not. Also if you had a bad experience with a 318 engine then so be it. This is a 2001 truck and I don't think it should be having a problem yet.
Following the Service Manual instructions, complete the assembly of the transmission and install the transmission in the vehicle. Dealer at first claimed that it was supposed do this. Problems with this vehicle since date of purchase. Transmission needed to be serviced so while at the transmission repair shop they recommended replacing the governor pressure solenoid and transducers sensor and said that this could cause the problem but was not 100% sure. Since this is such a dangerous problem I felt a report is in order.
The vehicle was road tested by a former Dodge repair technician who has his own repair center now , he scanned the vehicle while the symptoms were happening, nothing was showing on the scanner that there was any problems, he said it was a transmission problem and suggested I take to a transmission repair center. If you get the check engine lite, you may have to go back to the parts store for them to reset the codes. Manufacturer says nothing is wrong and refusing to perform warranty repair. Then when I shift to reverse, it will start rolling ever so slightly backward. Plugged her back in and whaalaa,,, back in business again. I guess I'm a little lucky that I start to work for a friend that owns a trucks only junk yard in about another week.
There were no events leading up to this problem. My 2k2 V6 trans chucked every gear but 4th the 1:1 at 250 miles. He also loves Dodges and buys lots of them that I will be hauling for him from the insurance sales in mostly the Southeast. Just found out today that the dealership going to rebuild my transfer case to get rid of the clicking noise between about 10 and 20 mph. The button on the dash lights up but nothing happens when I push it.
After that it said to push the rod back in until you were able to reattach the clips. They Tell Me They Only Have The Output Sensor, Not The Input. I do this mainly for the sake of gas mileage. Consumer swerved to miss and hit a parked car. Was informed that Dodge knew about problem. When I am in first it slips but not as bad.
The second one caused the erratic shifting but never coded. I checked the wires to make sure they are plugged in and I changed the speed sensor. Mr the failure was in the one way valve which was reversed in the transmission oil cooler line, and failed to shift to fourth gear while driving. I hope my problem isn't more than the speed sensor or a blown fuse cause right now a transmission is way at the bottom of my long list of things I need to spend my money on. But if I'm barely rolling or stopped on a level or slightly downhill, 2nd starts out fine. I am stil convinced I have the correct diagnosis.