Question about 1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager
The only thing i would try is maybe an additive to your tranny fluid or drain it and replace the tranny filter and start over. It is really hard to say if that will help you might just be waisting your money. I should also recomend that you check your fluid level. If you are low on tranny fluid this will cause a malfuntion, usually slipping not sticking though. never the less check it. The motor needs to be warm and in park to get an acurat reading. If that doesnt help get some sea foam. I have had really good luck with it. It will clean and free up sticking valves in your tranny. If the sea foam helps after a few days i would reccomend you change your fluid and filter. and if that doesnt help well your transmission probably needs to see a shop.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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