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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds more like the IAC, Idle air control valve.. they can be cleaned with carb and choke cleaner gently...
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
SOURCE: 96 plymouth voyager no shift
you say the fluid looks good... that's great.
now next time your out drive for about ten good minuetes long enough for the transmission to get nice and warm and then pull over to nice level ground and with the vehicle in park check the fluid again. it's kind of hard to read because it always has a lot of bubbles on it and stuff. but it may be low on fluid.. good-luck ray
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
sounds like the selector box at fault but change the auto oil and filter with some treatment and this should solve youre problem
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
SOURCE: 2nd gear clutching
STOP Forcing gear change, watch the Engine RPMs and shift accordingly, HOMBRE's are as good as the operator's. Hombre's have dash shift indicators which illuminate when it's time to 'shift' and not before, This has nothing to do with gear oil either. If you've drained it, you best fill it immediately and make sure it's ample level. The heat these gears sustain in is inceredible, cooling lubricant is essential. Here's a tip, while engine is OFF, ignition key is engaged, dash is illuminated, depress clutch peddle, keep it depressed and walk through all gears with gear shift, shifting should be smooth and unpeded, including reverse. If resistance is experienced at one or more gears, gear alignment is off as a result of inproper gear shifting while driving. Continue to drive vehicle just shift slower until clutch needs replacement then do an entire drive shaft upgrade. It worth it, it's great truck.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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