Question about 1996 Dodge Dakota
First try checking your clutch fluid. Make sure to let the engine warm up most clutches can get cold causing this. You might have the tranny flushed, not knowing what is in there could be the problem and wrong fluid may have been added. could be low on fluid.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
I would start by changing the fluid and filter in the transmission. If the filter is dirty it will cause the trunk to have to have more rpm's to shift. So I would start there.
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