Question about 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab
When I take off from a stop, if I accelerate to hard, I feel a series of jerks and slips and sometimes hear noise. The computer code says "converter solenoid circuit." I had the fluid changed a while back and am not sure if they used atf+4 or not (probably not). Would this cause the problem? If so, what do I need to do to fix it? Where is the converter solenoid? Can it be changed without removing transmition?
You used to be able to adjust the band slippage on the older Dodges if I remember correctly like on my old 94. I'm not sure when that stopped but there were a bolt on the side of the transmission that allowed for it and it was in the service manual. Try checking Alldata.com... It's like buying one of the $20 manuals in the parts store, but also have access to Tech Notes and Updates for the manufacture.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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