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Transmision does it affect starting

Transmision if the transmision has gone bad does this prevent the engine from starting

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Not very probable, cause the tranny is used to move the car

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All trans to engine bolts are removed. engine mounts are free, engine still won't come out. I don't know what else could possibly be keeping it from seperating. Is it absolutely necessary to remove...


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THER IS TWO DOWEL PIN ONE PER SIDE TOWADS THE TOP OF THE TRANSMISION
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ALL THE BOLTS OF THE TRANSMISION ARE UNDONE YOU SHOULD PUT THE ENGINE MOUNT BOLT BACK IN PUT JACK UNDER FRONT OF ENGINE HARMONIQUE PULLEY TO
STABILIZED MOTOR THEN WITH SECOND JACK AT REAR OF TRANSMISION JACK UP TO
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THEN WITH SUTIBLE PRY BAR BETWEEN ENGINE AND TRANS PRY APART UNTIL FREE
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My Engine and front end shakes at the idle speed. When I stop at a light. If I put the car in neutral it stops.


If your motor is suffering from lack of power you might have an engine miss, if the engine performs OK then you have a bad or some bad motor and transmision mounts. The mounts are are made of rubber and designed to absorb motor and transmision vibrations.

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Check engine and transmision work bad


I had the same issue. Dodges tend to have some faulty transmissions. Usually it's not too bad. I had to replace my transmission valve body. Usually a sensor or solenoid go bad. Turn the key on/off three times and it will display a code. Google the code or take it to a shop.

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Transmision stays in 1st and speedometer doesnt work. Reverse is good. transmision problem and spedometer issues started at the same time today.


There is a speed sensor that has gone out on your car.This will need to be replaced to gain all gears in the transmission .It will be located in the transmission,mounted on the out side.You can change tis your self.

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How do i check my transmission fluid? for a 2000


Set the parking brake and put a block on at least one wheel. Pop the hood and find the Transmission dipstick. Start the engine and shift the gear shift into neutral. Pull the dipstick, wipe it with a clean rag, put it back in, pull it out and read it.

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Is my transmision going out


If it only does this in third gear and no others then your tranny is faulty in that gear. Expensive fix.. I would make sure that your fluid is full and clean before I change the tranny.

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Vehicle had a rough automatic transmission shift and erratic speedometer when vehicle warmed up. I've replaced both output and input speed sensors. Now the speedometer does not work and transmission won't...


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Check transmision oil level, Place car in park, hand break, open motor compartment and check transmision oil level with motor on idle. Good level?: transmision is bad, repare or replace the whole unit. bad level: complete and check for leakeges.

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