Question about 1996 Dodge Ram
There is a solenoid in the transmission that controlls that. You may just need a transmission fluid and filter change. But the filter sometimes gets sticky if the pressure gets low in the transmission. Check to make sure all your connectors are clean and tight, it is an electronic transmission. Another thing that can wreak havoc with that is the brake switch. If it's worn out the lockout will act irratic and not function normally as will the cruis control. Start with the fluid and filter and then go to the brake light switch. If those don't work. Try a power flush on the the tranny. It may just need the solenoid, but if one is going, change them all. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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