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Well as you know you do not mention year or model, automatic or stick.
assuming it is a automatic, you may need a transmission is it slips, but check oil level, if stick shift, you may need a clutch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Justy 1991 ECVT
transmission a common problem in these cars .i had 2 do me the same way.the ecvt tranny will be very hard to find and expensive probably more than what the car is worth .honestly not down-gradeing your justy because i have 3 right now and love them (all 5 speeds) .its just these trannys are so expensive and cheap built .if you could find one it probably wont last as long as the one you had its just a major problem in these cars.if it was my car i would sell it or change it over to a straight drive .the straight drives had good trannys in them.if you decide to sell it i would love to take it off your hands thanks jeff
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: transmission slipping
computer need to be reset dealer only,autotransmission shouldnt need flushing ever unless a brake band starts breaking up ,then its a strip job and rebuild .put a manual gearbox in less problems
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
You will need to get the transmission rebuilt. With the info that you have provided the direct clutches are welded together. Becareful about getting it rebuilt, most shops see Dodge transmissions and they see dollar signs. You should be able to get it rebuilt for around $800.00 to $1000.00 depending on amount of damaged hard parts. Thanks and good luck with your repair.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
this problem is a common failure associated with your shift solenoinds inside your tranny. of course a shop is not gonna tell you this because by the time you wanna get it repaired it is usually too late and have already cause damage to your clutch pack and internal parts, thats the main reason why a shop wont mess with just replacing your shift solenoid (aka valve bodie)
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
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