Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
2000 Dodge Dakota Sport When the weather is cold, anywhere from - 10 especially in the - 20's the o/d will not cut in. Drives me nuts on the highway!
You might chk. to see if you have temp. sensor thats bad, you have a temp. sensor sending unit for the guage, and you may also have seperate one for the over drive, if bad it will not send a signal and let it shift into O.D. some cars and trucks have one. its purpose is to not let it shift to soon into over drive, until it gets to a certain temp. i can't say for sure if yours has got one or not but it might be worth looking into.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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