Question about 1995 Plymouth Voyager
Trans needs to be rebuilt....I would first try to change the fluid and filter,clean the pan and maybe a trans fluid additive that will help stop slippage....It is worth a try but the way you describe it you need to rebuild it....Has the fluid ever been changed ?Sometimes if you change the fluid that has never been changed it wont move at all...If it has over 150,000 miles or in some cases 100,000 miles.you might get by with just a valve body adjustment and fluid change..
The best thing to do is let a trans shop change the fluid ....this way they can adjust the valve body at the same time and save you money in the long run.But normally if all are gone except reverse it means that the trans seals are worn and possibly the gears are too far worn out.
The reason that reverse is the last thing to go is because it is a thicker bigger gear with fewer teeth because reverse isnt designed for speed..Hope this helps...............Metalpoet..................
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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