Question about 1984 Dodge Diplomat
Recheck point gap--points may have slipped. Also check voltage at coil. Should be 12 during start and ~9 volts at run (run goes thru ballast resistor). Also try replacing condenser if points were OK.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
Testimonial: "Yes the ballast resistor had went the day before. I replaced the points and condenser. Less than ten bucks and now runs fine. Thank you. "
For a car with only 10,000 miles I am more than surprised it has any transmission problems. As far as band adjustments, those aren't like adjusting rear brake shoes or a manual clutch. These things must be done with an inch lb. torque wrench by someone who knows what they sure doing.
Typically cold trans fluid will not go through a dirty filter but when it warms up and thins out it will go through the filter easily
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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