Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 3500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seems to be stuck in 4x4 still. There could be damaged done to the powertrain by the towing company. Therefore they should be held accountable for the damage and repair that will be needed. You never tow a vehicle in 4x4 it should be carried on a flat-back. Same with AWD vehicles. The towing companies are well aware of this, is their business to know. Make sure to disengage the 4x4, put the 4x4 shifter on the floor in neutral while in park or not moving. If you continue to have problems contact the towing company and hold them accountable for it. See what you can work out with them. If they tell you they are not responsible then contact a lawyer and make them responsible for it.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Mr. dodge ram, with the 46re trans the pcm needs a signal from the tps sensor to monitor throtlle opening, accel and decel, what has happened the tps has a worn out spot in cruise area, hence the down shift, uphill is fine because your past the worn out spot, replace your tps sensor, its mount on left side of throtlle body , 2 screws, 1 connecter, and its out, when done turn key on, eng off, step on gas pedal 6 times slowly, then turn off key, this will help set min tps setting, GOOD LUCK RDJRP
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
Testimonial: "This was right on. Replaced the sensor and the shifting problem went away. My cruize control which has not worked right for yrs now also works right! "
SOURCE: 1995 dodge ram 4x4 will
I've worked on Dodge 4x4's for years and i see a lot of rocks getting stuck at the t-case end of the linkage as there's a nice flat spot there for them to land against the arm.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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