Question about 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab
TRANSMISSION SEEMS TO VACILATE BETWEEN 3RD AND 4TH GEAR ON THE HIGHWAY. OCCASIONALLY THE TRANSMISSION DROPS OUT OF GEAR COMPLETELY FOR A FEW SECONDS. THE VACILLATION IS NEARLY CONSTANT. THE DROPPING OUT IS INTERMITTENT AND IS MOST LIKELY TO HAPPEN WHEN THE VEHICLE HAS BEEN ON THE ROAD FOR A WHILE. I HAVE TRIED CHANGING FILTERS AND FLUID. MY MECHANIC CLAIMS DODGE HAD A LOT OF PROBLEMS W/ THEIR OD TRANSMISSIONS AND SUGGESTS IT NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. A FRIEND W/ A DAKOTA SUGGESTS IT IS JUST A SENSOR OF SOME KIND.
I would have the transmission speed sensor replaced, had the same problem on my Dakota
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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