Question about 2002 Dodge Stratus
I have a 2002 dodge Stratus V6 2.7 engine, my car seem to be jerking when i apply the break, it seem like it changing gears but jerking really hard, i check the transmission Fluid there was no Fluid in the there. could that be it why the car keep jerking? and what should i do? i check the OBD2 CODE in my car and it doesn't say anything it just said Done
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 DODGE STRATUS 3.0 ,
To replace this shift solnoid or any other transmission solnoid is a lot of work and is NOT an easy task. Removal of the valve body assembly is necessary, then there are series of check balls that have their own place within the valve body and always fall out, making this repair a nightmare. The part is only about 50 dollars, the time and labor are what kills this procedure, and I myself find it easier to swap the trans with a new or rebuild and be done with it. Check the wire connections from the trans and be sure they are clean and tight with no corrosion. Otherwise, the previous mentioned is stated with total honesty.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
SOURCE: Jerks while applying brakes
It sound s reasonable. Essentially besides probably having worn brake pads,the brake rotors are probably warped giving you that brake pulsation . .Beware that the rear brakes can also cause pulsation, so be sure a thorough diagnosis is performed
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
You probably have out of round brake rotors. Check them or have a mechanic do so. Other than that, a little more information is needed.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Could be the master cylinder has gone, if you took the brake line off then you will have to bleed the brake system and that should fix it, you also need to backup and press the brakes so that the pads and piston seat into place but just go slowly and not very far, 10 feet maybe.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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