Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
Also it has a hard time down shifting when starting from a stop. Wants to stay in 3rd/High gear. I can make it shift by accelerating or manually shifting. No slipping of gears from what I can tell. Winding sound is constent while driving. When engine cold, upon start, you do not hear the winding, but once you engage the transmission, the winding starts and can still be heard (not as loud) when placed in park/netural and accelerate the engine.
1998 Plymouth Voyager 2WD 2.4L
Take it to the dodge dealership, i know when it comes to fixing your car they dont do the best job, but they are truly the only ones to fix your transmission right
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I do not believe there is a DIY solution to this problem, You could try Lucas brand transmission fix. Would only help the problem temporarily. You may have a band in the xmsm going out, or a shift valve. I know 45000 miles does not seem like much on a rebuild, but something is going on inside the case. The Lucas xmsn fix is really thick fluid and it sticks in the valves and makes them fill faster to get to the next gear, or as I understand it, may fix whining for awhile, but when it returns you will have to take it to a transmission shop.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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