Question about 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 2WD
My dodge pick up will not down shift into over drive when going up hills, it is getting to the point that it grinds now even when the switch for over drive is turned off. does this mean i need a whole new transmission or with some luck a fluid filter change?? everything else on my truck is in perfect running order and the body is solid. i dont want to get rid of it but also dont trust many machanics for the truth on such an money making part....
You can try and chg. the oil and filter, and when you do that maybe put some addative like lucas in with it, but it sound like its a little to late for that. but you could get luckey, your only out the fluid and filter, what 50 bucks if you do it yourself. Just to be on the safe side start calling around for a price.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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