Question about 1994 Dodge Intrepid
Car does not die when shifted in reverse only dies when shifted in drive
I have seen this problem in a lot of cars in the transmission world. If you can feel any kind of a bind before the engine dies there's a chance you might have a lockup problem with your torque converter. This is just an idea for somewhere to start.
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do your back up lights work?
How does it idle, real slow?
What happens shifting into drive?
Does it start right up after it dies?
No offece, but how much fuel in tank?
Ck yhe above and get back to me. Let me ponder awhile pinky :)
Posted on May 14, 2009
If it runs down highway fine, but just stalls when off throttle, turning, heater on, etc., I'd pull I.A.C. motor off and clean with throttle body cleaner & retry it. Clean port it came out of at same time too. if it cures it even temporarily, and does it again, replace IAC motor.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
The transmission control module is adaptable. This is a real common complaint with the A604. You need to take the vehicle to a shop with a scan tool and have the TCM ran through a quick learn adaptive reset procedure. The dying problem is likely a bad crank sensor
Posted on May 24, 2009
Your car will only shift out of park with the brake pedal down. If this does not release it, there is a bypass switch that is located in your center console near your gear selector. You'll actually have to remove your center console in order to access this bypass switch.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: shifts into gear extreemly hard
Often the fluid type can do that. If you just had the fluid changed recently, it's likely that the wrong fluid was used (they all have different friction coefficients) If I remember correctly Chrysler makes an additive that will help with harsh shifting as well.
If not a fluid problem, then likely you have a pressure control problem inside the unit that would need to be checked by a shop using gauges. (could be as simple as a "kick-down"cable adjustment to correct)
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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