Question about 1995 Dodge Caravan
That is the way automatic transmissions usually die when they go slowly :( The reverse idler gear lets go, but the rest of the transmission is not very far behind. I've seen them go a while after reverse gave way, but not very long, usually the whole transmission will pile up pretty soon after. I'd look into getting that tranny rebuilt/replaced before it leaves you stranded and the tow call adds to the bill. The one thing i hate about automatics is the fact that, unlike manuals, they work just great one minute, and the next minute, they just quit working all together. Before anything else, just check your transmission fluid level with the motor running, transmission in neutral, parking brake set, but in your case, because it goes forward, the level is probably ok, the tranny probably has internal problems...
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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