Question about 1996 Chrysler LHS
My chrysler shift down hard some time when come a stop some time it cut off start back up
There is a lock up torque converter in the trans. Sometimes they don't want to come out of lock up. It will fell like you were driving a standard shift and forgot to push in the clutch.
Try a good flush on the trans, and put in a bottle of "Lube Guard" This is a brand made for transmissions. They have three kinds, red, black and green, The black one is for Chrysler and foreign.
The lube guard will go to the valves that controll shifting and lock up with out effecting the seals in the trans like other trans additives. Do not try anything that says "seals transmittions".
Take my word on the lube guard. I have been rebuilding transmissions since the 80's and have found Lube Guard took care of many shifting problems.
Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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