I did buy the car as is no guarantee, should a realized something was up when that wasn't given for a truck with only that many miles. To much you have a very good chance of the forward clutches to burn up. Not sure if i will ever drive a dodge again, since this was the first Chrysler vehicle i ever bought. Also, make sure you change the filter. I have heard of several people that I have met have had similar problems.
If this is a canister spin-on type filter, you can dissect the filter and check for metal and frictional material in the filter. Dodge has replace sensors, doesn't fix problem. Okay back to the topic lol. Rocker pivot supports and valve guides are cast integral with the heads. They said that I had to go to Corp: United States DaimlerChrysler Motors Corporation P. The piston pin is pressed into the connecting rod.
Code P1740 Torque converter overdrive solenoid performance stored. Anyway, i have several early model Dakotas, notably from 1991 to 1995, and one 2000 Dakota, and i have went through a host of transmission issues with them. The biggest gain was the 150,000 mile 36 month warranty which no local shops would offer mainly 3 months, not good. Transmission fluid leaking after transmission repaired, check and advise. If you cant afford to service the vehicle properly you shouldn't own it. Well at 80k miles you have to be honest with yourself and assume a rebuild for this transmission isn't out of the question. This engine is designed to run on unleaded fuel with a minimum octane rating of 87.
Took it back, and by then the garage probably didn't want to pay for it anymore, so i get screwed more they say they want to put a new pump in then say they will contact my warrenty company, they say they won't cover it, so the service rep at the garage i want argued and got them to atleast get me a used tranny with 50,000+miles on it. Before i only had Ford, Chevy. That goes for all fluids in my opinion. They had my truck for over a week this time and all they were doing was guessing and they knew that. Over the next 2 days I plan on getting the swap completed.
When the piston warms to operating temperature, expansion forces the the pin bosses away from each other, causing the piston to assume a more nearly round shape. But i like the looks of Dodge and might take a chance someday, but this experience does make me sour towards dodge, warrenty companies, little dealerships, and big dealerships with the service departments. Great to see your post, Megatron!. So, you have pricing leverage at the least. Flushing is useful because the machine will exchange the fluid in both the transmission unit and the torque converter. That also could be the problem for some others, not sure. The Ram series is a full-size pickup truck sold by Dodge.
Turns out that the transmission is bad? Customer states check engine light is on. Count remove torque converter from trans…Replaced Trans with new one, flushed cooler completed. Needs torque converter and pump kit minimum. If you do not you will have issues. I seen people not change there tranny fluid for over 100000 miles and there truck or car transmission starts to slip right away on them. It is a damn crime that this company continues to build faulty vehicles and puts the consumer as well as their employees at risk.
Engine Type Cast Aluminum Alloy Spark Plugs: 14mm thread, 19mm reach, 16mm hex wrench, resistor Year Manufacturer Part No. Flashed reprogrammed the transfer case control module. Automatic transmission flushing machines have become popular, and that appeals to me. Built ram tough is a bunch of crap. David answered 3 years ago I just changed my transmission fluid, the manual said 5. I know companies like Royal Purple have testing facilities and groups of mad scientist cooking stuff up and trying it out. Needs torque converter and pump kit minimum.
I think it just had a few weak parts that didn't like additional pressure. I know they are older Dakotas, but those lessons taught me that when it comes to Dodge trucks, using the wrong fluid will come back on you later. Add more if need slowly. Life expectancy isn't much further and the price to make the switch wouldn't pay back. Need to remove transmission for further diagnosis. I don't fear disassembly or assembly, just my lack of experience would not have me knowing all the little details and having the correct tools to measure line pressures etc. On the other hand, Mopar is not in the oil refining business, and its lubricants are private label products that come from reliable mainstream producers.
The latter point is crucial, as automatic transmission fluid does break down. Pink sweet fluid everywhere, couldnt see from where cause it was dark. Here, I want to be specific. Depending on type and size of internal cooler, length and inside diameter of cooler lines, or use of an auxiliary cooler, these capacities may vary. If this had happened in traffic it may have been the cause of an accident as the vehicle lost all forward motion instantly.