I have been a heavy equipment mechanic for over 2 years and it confounds my that while driving in a 35 zone the reverse gear fails...could a elect issue cause D&R attempt to engage at the same time? I like many received my layoff and have used savings down to having to give uo internet in trade for power and water! there are no codes and the trans fluisd is perfect looking and smelling.I dont have a automotive data too to view datastream but loosing reverse driving in D at a skow pace. It was a qt low...how inoirtant it the tyoe 4 fluid? I know if many machines requesting ATF that last and work great in 15-40 engine oil...all transit busses do this(i have wrences 14 years at 3 transit shops) Can it be valve body? ot a low/reverse band that lost bonded material?I used to have friends in a trans shop andEVERY PROBLEM required a rebuild !!!!!!! Please help
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If the Eagle is 2 wheel drive try to determine if it has a 41te or 42te transmission. These can be interchanged by a knowledgeable mechanic assuming your vehicle is compatible. Many times these transmissions are referred to as a 604 or 606 respectively. The weak link in the 604 is it's output shaft splines.
Chrysler vehicles often need to be driven between 300 - 500 miles for the control module on the transmission to "learn" your driving habits. Avoid punching the gas or driving very slow, and you should be just fine.
It may be a shift solenoid or a speed sensor look up the codes online google your cars year, make ,and model and be sure the fluid is not too low, check the fluid level warm while the motor is running.
They are pretty reliable. Transmissions sometimes have problems and battery changing, etc isnt easy. I have had 2 concordes and 2 intrepids, as well as a van from chrysler and for the most part they are fine except the transmissions. have had to change the transmission in 2 of the cars and the van (which takes a different one). Engines are good if taken care of. Rick
DO U UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF "OUT OF PHASE"?? IT IS THE MECHANICAL TIMING OF THE SIGNAL FROM EACH SENSOR TO THE ENGINE CONTROL COMPUTER, WHAT IS THE CODE? ALSO TELL YOUR DAD (NICELY) THAT ATROUBLE CODE DOES NOT ALWAYS MEANS A FAILED SENSOR, ONLY A PROBLEM WITH THE SIGNAL, THAT CAN BE THE WIRING, IT CAN BE MECHANICAL OR IT CAN BE THE SENSOR, MANY POEPLE DON'T GET THAT AND SPEND TON'S OF MONEY CHASING CODES.I HAVE DONE THIS FOR 35 YEARS AND AM SURE OF WHAT I AM SAYING 100%
Ya, trans is done. Internal failure is common on these as well as the caravan - same internal parts, same internal problems. A salvage yard can tell you what years will work with their interchange manuals
the transmission has problems. as a fault with it it will automaticly switch into second, but wont come out to prevent any more damage that can be caused. it will still drive and the reverse gear should work, but take it to a mechanic or even a dealer ship, or live with the 45mph. but the transmission has probally went out.