Question about 2002 Dodge Caravan
Couple days ago, my 2002 Dodge Caravan SE (2.4L engine) doesn’t want to kick into gear. It happen every time I stop and try to step on a gas pedal, it feels like it doesn’t want to go. But when I get it going, it’s fine. It drives ok on the highway. It also happens when I try to drive up an incline. I bought it couple years back and I’m not sure the previous owner even service the transmission. Could a trany gone badly with only 77K miles on it? If you have any suggestion or advice, PLEASE HELP.
Automatic transmissions can fail at any mileage. First thing you need to do is check the fluid level, make sure the transmission is full, also check the condition of the fluid, burnt odor, strong varnish smell, or signs of contamination. If the level is correct, and the fluid is red in color, without any strong odors, you may have some type of valvebody issue, however, given my experience, these transmissions are prone for failure around this mileage.
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