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No reverse 2001 ram 1500 4x4 5.9

Replaced overdrive solenoid and wiring. put everything back the way it was... everything worked, drove it maybe 20 minutes, let it set 20 minutes and now i have no reverse. i dont think i lost anything. you can feel it start to engage and then stop. help please? 2001 dodge ram 1500 5.9

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    i adjusted the reverse band... now i have reverse but if you brake torq it you loose it at around 2000 rpm slowly getting worse i think... and one two shift is weak.. i didnt have the proper tool so i had to do it by hand but come monday if i dont hear anything else im going to get the proper tool from dodge and adjust it properly...

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I think the tcm transmission control module is loosing signal, The problem is most likely in the pcm or tcm. I would replace those parts next.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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Sounds like just bad luck
Its like the reverse band needs adjusting so make sure tranny fluid is clean no bunt smell
if its discolored or smells burnt then its clutches & bands!

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