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Re: 1999 dodge 1500 4x4 5.9 auto trany trouble
You have a severe transmission problem it seems that your trans is stuck in 4th or 5th gear and dies because the rpms are not high enough your only solution is to have it repaired at the shop. I"M sorry to give yah the bad news ,but please rate this anyway
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Depending on your description of grinding could be power steering pump if whinning noise if tight on steering check steering rods tie rods and also check cvr joints for front wheel drive also depending on the direction of turning and which way is worse check the struts might be binding on
Hello.. Before being able to diagnosis the problem the info that is stored in the computer about the check engine light needs to scanned and posted here. After that I am sure someone can put you in the right direction.
is it a manual or auto? one of 3 things. your forward gears are out,could be 1st gear. your belts inside could be worn or out of adjustment. most cars have a small little part that attaches to the gear shift in the trany, drop the pan, that part should be in the pan. now put the part back on. on the out side of the trany find the shifter. follow that inside the trany should be on the side,on the linkage should be a place to put one end of the part thu, find the other end place the other side of the part in the linkage replace pan gaskit put pan on fill with trany fld
Well, there is one thing for sure the trany is damaged. You will be further ahead looking for another junk yard trany rather than worry about what is going on inside since there is probably parts and pieces inside that would still give you trouble without completely overhauling it, plus a junk yard trany, standard would be easy to come by.
I had this problem before on my 95 Intrepid and I replaced the Idle Air Control Motor and all was well. Your Mass Airflow Sensor may also be the culprit. Your best bet would be to go to any common auto parts store, Advance, Auto Zone, the like and get a Hains manual for your specific Intrepid. It will show you how to easily and precisely check your input sensors that determine idle speed and get you running back to normal. $15-$20 here will be your BEST purchase for your car. You will thank yourself MANY times over for getting it. May well be the best purchase youll ever make for any auto you own now and in the future. Good Luck!!!