Question about 1992 Chrysler Lebaron
IS it due for a service?
That's where I would start,
As it just sounds like bands are starting to slip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I've rebuilt hundreds of these transmissions through the years,typical parts lists range from solenoid blocks and TCM's to completely wiped out gear trains.Typical price for rebuilding that trans with new electricals included is any where from $2000-$3000 with a 12/12 or 36/36 warranty.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Low on transmission fluid. The tranny fluid can only be checked by Chrysler, there is no dip stick, because you have to know the motor temp to be able to know where the fluid should register on the dip stick. Crazy!
Its not slipping now, but shifts hard. Has to be looked at by Chrysler again, but its done this since Ive had it, so I didnt realize it was a problem....
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 nissan pathfinder
You'll probably have to change the clutch plate on the flywheel. You'll have to get a floor jack, but a transmission jack is easier to remove the transmission. To remove the transmission you'll have to remove the tortion bars on both front wheels. Also, you'll have to remove the crossmember aft of the transfer case. You'll also have to remove the front and rear drive shafts. The manual says you should keep the transfer case from leaking oil out the back. but, you can just top it off after you're done. Be careful not to damage the seal seal for the rear drive shaft. Anyway, once you get the transmission and transfer case out (you'll have to remove the shift and transfer case levers), you should have enough space to remove the clutch plate from the flywheel on the engine. You should have an alignment tool to make sure the clutch plate is aligned with the crankshaft so you can put the transmission back on.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
well the low cost way to go first would be to try and change the trans fluids. If the problems still remains the it may be an internal problem
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
the vehicle may have a electrical problem and or mechanical problem in the trans....id try replaceing the solenoids and then the entire transmision and torque converter.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
car not changing gears it can be shifter assembly issue, or it can also be
transmission issue. Get the shifter assembly inspected with ignition OFF.
more troubleshooting, I suggest you to get the Following help link checked, its
complete step by step procedure to inspect gear shift issues: -----
GEAR SHIFT ISSUES
TRANSMISSION GEARS SLIPPING AND
FLUID LEAKING ISSUES
gear assembly and transmission needs inspection. Also check the transmission
fluid level. Also is the fluid getting leaked or its low.
are few very helpful links with solutions to troubleshoot this problem.
suggest you to refer these links.
the link below:-----
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Ford Windstar transmission fluid leaking?
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