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 Thanks! I tried messing with the linkage . There are two sensors that affect the transmission that are possible to change without too much difficulty. navigate here
Devlin didn't mention, (not that he needed to) and it has to do with the overdrive/lock-up. Someone correct me if I am wrong, I think it was either the crank position sensor or the TPS, I am pretty sure it was the TPS though. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote 07-06-2006, 04:59 PM #9 tomk Super Moderator Join Date Jun 2004 Location Amherst, MA Posts 10,391 Member # 16Liked 859 I gave up on the tranny after putting in 2 solenoid packs from the parts yard -both made things worse before is settled and put the original one back in so http://www.dodgedakota.net/boards/v8/12128.html
I did kill the trans but It was my fault leaving Red Bluff after the races the weather was horrible there was a 40 mile per hour head wind for the I hooked it up to one of the terminals on a switch. The transmission problems were especially worrisome because I've recently acquired a light weight camper (a 16′ Scamp) and have begun taking it on camping trips.
Is the CEL lit? Recently the transmission gave out and wouldnt want to shift. and I just remembered something.. 2001 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems By joining our free community you will have access to post topics, create your own image gallery to share with everyone, communicate privately with other members (PM), respond to polls, upload
I love it. 2000 Dodge Dakota Overdrive Problems Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Used CarsVendor Directory Search 1st Gen Dakota '96 & Older Dakota's Community Links Pictures & Albums Members Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Arthur November 12th, 2014 at 17:09 Recall list shows shift linkage recall dude James Lewis December 26th, 2014 at 12:54 I have a 2005 dodge durango.In the last few months a
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if the brake light is lit will that make a difference. 2002 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems Hi Rpm. I bought that truck a month ago and the transmission keeps failing because the cheap..assh** who sold me the truck does not want to spend the money to fix it right. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!
Instead of smoothly increasing in resistance, I noticed a point around 1200 ohms where the resistance would increase, but then go DOWN about 200-300 ohms for a while, and then come http://www.dakotaforumz.com/showthread.php?t=1726 M A N N Y Manuel C. Dodge Dakota Overdrive Switch i bet you got an extra 20 horses too? 1999 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems no tranny fuse..
Fazer login 255 25 NĂ£o gostou deste vĂdeo? check over here Replaced both and have been driving it happily every since. It pisses me off due to gas price these days. Usually, I could get it to shift by dropping it into 2nd gear with the shift lever, then back into drive and it would usually shift properly after that. 2000 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems
Justin July 1st, 2016 at 23:51 My Durango has problems shifting on corners it seems like the transmission slips while going around corners any ideas only sometimes Tom Randolph July 18th, But if I stepped down harder on the gas, the problem seemed to go away, instead of getting worse, which wouldn't generally happen if something inside the transmission was at fault. It pisses me off due to gas price these days. his comment is here User Name Remember Me?
my Dakota is a 2000 model... 1998 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems The 3-4 accumulator cushions overdrive clutch engagement to smooth the transition into fourth gear. 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
Also, you think the TPS sends any input that would affect the 3-4 shift? Might wanna look into that. Those are the throttle position sensor (which is on the engine under the air box) and the output speed sensor which is on the transmission. 2003 Dodge Durango Transmission Problems I changed the transmission and it was still doing the same thing I have replaced the throttle positions sensor the speed sensor and still it takes off like a new truck
this happens and I notice it when I am driving slow (like 2/3 mph-pulling in to a parking spot) I have had it in to a dealer for over 2 weeks You may also like: Replacing a bulb in the OBC on a BMW E36 Fixing a Sony Wega with a 6 or 7 blink code Fixing a broken latch on the What could be wrong I could use some advice. http://sevevb.com/dodge-durango/dodge-durango-ac-not-working.html Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 2005 Ram SLT Sport 4.7L 4x4CAI, FM TB, Magnaflow, Leveled, 35x12.5's, Nerf-steps, 4.56's, Detroit Truetrac2000 Durango SLT 4.7L 4x4T/S Lift, FM TB,
If not, get your transmission serviced and replace all four (4) sensors. Try this: start your truck, crawl under and unplug the park neutral switch. skyshark186 View Public Profile Send a private message to skyshark186 Find all posts by skyshark186 #6 10-06-2009, 07:31 PM 95_318SLT Champion Join Date: May 2008 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge The vehicle seemed to surge back and forth shifting up and down, with the RPM climbing and falling.
When you turn the switch on it grounds the wires just like the computer would. And a 20ft race car trailer to Oroville and Red Bluff many times. If it requires a tranny fuse, then try and put one in, if you know which one and the amperage of the fuse. __________________ after all..it's NOT quantum mechanics. Once I changed the shift solenoid, it wouldn't go into O/D at all.
I want to know what is causing this. the speedo cable then screws into this sensor.