Question about 1992 Dodge Stealth
When I push the overdrive button the car acts like it's in neutral?
I had the same problem. The seal in the tranny that applies pressure to the overdrive clutches had blown out because the clutches had too much wear and the piston with the seal on it was coming out of it's bore causing the seal to rupture. Sounds complicated but there's a somewhat easy fix. The assembly on the passengers side of the tranny (jack up the car and remove the wheel) with about five bolts holding it on, is the complete OD clutch and piston assy. You can remove the bolts and remove the assembly, then inspect the clutches and the piston seal without removing the tranny. I pulled the parts from another tranny I had, but any transmission shop should be able to get them for you. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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