Question about 2001 Dodge Stratus
Would the intake valve have anything to do with the transmision?
760 and 765 c and d codes 2001 dodge stratus R/T 3.0 engine.. Trans quit working as we were driving down the freeway. The trans fluid is clean, not burnt at all....
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
What brings on this question might I ask? Low engine out put from the unlikely stuck or burnt valve could upset the transmisson shift points. TPS signal is based on a pre mapped torque curve. If the power isn't there then yes the transmisson could have issues. What makes you feel there is a problem with the intake valve? And also is this the 2.7L engine?
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