Question about 1996 Dodge Neon
I'm assuming that your car is has automatic transmission, then, put car in neutral get a
rolling start then switch to "D" (drive). If car stays running your problem
could be a solenoid switch in transmission.
The transmission have a lokc-up solenoid; this solenoid energizes a circuit which engages a clutch in the torque converter. When these solenoids go bad the torque converter does not release it's clutch and therefore your vehicle tries to come to a stop and ''stall''. This would be like releasing a clutch on a stick shift transmission and keeping the brake on. Remove the side cover and replace the solenoid.
Hope this clues help to solve it.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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