Question about 1995 Dodge Ram
Looking at a 95 ram 1500 with a bad 46RH AT transmission. I dropped the pan and checked the fluid and bottom of pan to find that there were only fine metal deposits. I replaced the filter and the old gasket for the pan was bad and was leaking. I replaced the gasket. It will only go into reverse. The prior owner told me that it lost all forward gears as well as most of the fluid all at once and he just quit driving it then. Do you think it is a bad seal in the tanny? What should I do?
Hi, if you have noticed any metal fragments at all, this will constitute a rebuild in this case. this trans was stressed to the max when the previous owner lost the fluid and blew the gear pack. i would just rebuild at this point. the seal is not the issue here. the pack is fried.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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