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Transmission not shifting correctly

I did what you recomended the fluid level is fine then drove for 6 miles and again on take off it was like stuck in low gear so i accelerated to40 miles per hour and shifted to neutral to get home then for some strange reason it seemed ok. Itook it out in the morning around the block and all seems fine untill i drive for about 7 miles and it starts again im at my wits end

Any new suggestions please help

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  • lt lt Oct 18, 2008

    yes i checked the fluid level and it apears to be normal

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    tony yeatman May 11, 2010

    Have tou rechecked the fluid level

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Time for a transmission rebuild i had the same problem it was the hydraulic pump that shifts the gears

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The problem is the input and / or output sensor on the left (driver side)of the trans. They are approx, $30 each from the chrysler dealer It's recommended to change both at the same time

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It could be several things like Torque convertor,faulty vacuum control etc.Make sure the vacuum hoses ,including the engine are in good condition as an engine vacuum leak will affect the auto as it needs a good and consistant supply of it,this supply of vacuum comes from the engine manifold and runs to the trans.Must be plugged in and in good condition.Make sure you have a good vacuum by unplugging with the engine running and see if it sticks to your finger like a tiny vacuum cleaner.This is a cheap and hassle free check to eliminate a possibility.Oh yeah,if vacuum no good ,rectify and it may help you out

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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