Question about 1998 Mitsubishi Galant
Most likely you have a control issue, have a trouble code test run on the system and see if any transmission codes are present, this is an electronically controlled trans, it has it's own computer, that takes info from driving conditions and makes gear changes and such through a bank of electric solenoids located inside the trans case, when this trans stops engageing don't drive it, you could ruin the forward clutchs and this would require a very costly overhaul. Zero in on the shift solenoids, they or the valve body is causing this. Best of luck.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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