Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
So it idles fine as long as it is in park. when you shift it into gear it stalls?
Does it feel like if you had a manual transmission and you let out the clutch with your foot on the brake?
if you are in a place you can do this safely without hitting anything try starting it while the transmission is in neutral. After it starts put it into either drive or reverse with your foot off the brake. Does it start to move, then the rpms start to drop fast and then stall?
Again if you can do this in a safe place what happens if you do the above and as soon as it goes into gear you give it a little gas? Will it move and stay running until you come to a stop? If yes the torque converter is locked.
Unfortunately from the description of the fluid and this symptom your likely looking at replacing the transmission.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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