Question about 2001 Dodge Dakota
Chrysler car solonoids products that use electricity inside the oil pan regularly can usually be removed and cleaned and they will work again. They tend to get sticky if laquered up and move unserved regurarly. This happenes from neon all the way up to dodge 3/4 ton pickup with a gasoline engine. your car pretty good but I think you should go and check the ingredients used stable fit your vehicle.http://www.hopy1.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's not a difficult fix , however to replace the trans control module and or solenoid is time consumming because tou have to remove a few thing s to get your hands in a tight area but most mechanics already deal with this problem on a daily bases
Posted on May 20, 2009
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On chrysler product vehicles that use the electrical solonoids inside the trans oil pan can usually just be removed and cleaned and they will usually function correctly again. They have a tendency to get laquered up and stick if the trans fluid has not been serviced regurarly. This happenes from the neon all the way up to the dodge 3/4 ton pickups with the gasoline engines.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Dave, The P0700 code is a generic fault code indicating the the TCM (transmission control module) has recognized a problem and the P0755 is the indicated problem. I'd recommend you check your transmission external electrical connector for water intrusion and corrosion at the terminals by disconnecting the connector. If nothing appears wrong, I'd then recommend you drop the lower transmission pan and take a look at the residue deposit that is laying on the bottom of the pan. You should only see a relativily minor amount of grayish, black clutch material residing there. Pay particular attention for a gross amount of this or any large particular material, including any metal, either filings or chunks, or any brass or aluminum. If this checks out to be fairly clean, then I'd recommend you replace that "B" solenoid (2-3 shift solenoid) and have the trans. pan and filter replaced.; I'd also highly recommend you have the trans flushed for anyother particular matter that may reside internally inside the transmission. You'll have to have the codes cleared and the transmission relearned for shift feel, at that point.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
go to google.com, type in P0753 dodge code. when you get your search results,it should be the second one down,it should look something like what I typed after this at the bottom part of the second result,maybe the 3rd.instead of ma trying to explain it again,just go there and you will find a detailed list of how to check and test,and even replace all parts associated with this code,there is even pictures to look at also. www.cumminsforum.com/.../167007-code-p0753-repaired-long.html
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
USUALLY A SHIFT SOLENOID DTC IS REPAIRED BY REPLACING THE TRANS SOLENOID PACK ASSEMBLY..LOCATED ON OUTSIDE OF TRANSMISSION..YOU MUST BE CAREFUL WHEN CHANGING PACK..CLEAN ALL DIRT/DEBRIS FROM OUTSIDE OF PACK..YOU DON'T WANT ANY DIRT TO ENTER TRANSMISSION..SOLENOID IS A SMALL BOX LOCATED ON SIDE OF TRANS FACING FRONT OF VEHICLE..YOU MUST REMOVE TRANS COOLER LINE HOSES FROM FITTINGS ON TRANS..REMOVE INPUT SPEED SENSOR..UNPLUG PACK..8MM SCREW HOLDS IT..3 BOLTS HOLD PACK TO TRANS..YOU MUST CLEAN ALL GASKET RESIDUE THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING PACK..I'D RECOMMEND GETTING SOMEONE WHO HAS DONE THIS BEFORE IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE DOING THIS..I HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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