Question about 1995 Dodge Dakota
It may be a problem within the transmission. The solenoid inside the transmission may just need cleaning or may need replacing. Check wire wires and cables that are loose or may have gone bad.
It can also be a problem with the engine. Since the transmission is directly dependent on the engine's activity, it may be a crank sensor problem or just the timing especially if you notice rough or you are hearing not the usual idling.
It would be best if you can have a scanner run through the system to check for error codes. The error codes will tell us the part which may have issues without having to open up the engine and do a trial and error.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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