Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
Unfortunately, you are going to have to go to a transmission shop. If it is the transmission fluid you are speaking of when you refer to the oil, (the fluid should be fine if it was changed only 4 months ago.) Provided you used the proper fluid and filled to the proper level. The problem could be one of several things, the torque converter, the valve body, or the fluid pump would be the most likely causes of the problem described. You could remove the tranny yourself and take it to a tranny shop and save some money, but it is a chore on your car. If they determiine the problem is with the valve body, they may be able to do a valve body flush and correct it, That would be a best case senerio. Sorry I didn't have better news for you.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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