The mechanic said that he has done this on Chrysler products transmission systems many times and it prevents catastrophic failure. Dan answered 3 years ago Not an answer to anyone. I found something online about the fluid possibly draining out of the torque converter, and having to wait a few seconds after you start it up, to put it in gear. I would whole heartedly agree!! The truck fires right up but will not stay running unless I keep my foot on the gas. Im looking for an A grade used one from a junk yard or individual. Im researching to find a used one to replace it.
All of the Dodge Ram transmissions have an identifying code on them, but it may not be easy to interpret. Slipping causes friction and friction generates heatthus boiling the fluid. Then the transmission didn't want to change into 2nd gear. Pull line out of the connector with other hand while retainer tabs are squeezed together Figure 4. Please help guys cause I do a lot of hauling and towing with my truck and I want a strong tranny Dan answered 3 years ago David123 to identify your tranny on the drivers side of tranny where the pan pan bolts to tranny, just above the pan on the edge is a long code stamped into side about 25 characters long. I have no spark and fuel pump doesn't come on. Remove the two transmission cooler lines from the side of the transmission with a flare nut wrench.
Everytime I came to a stop because it was like it was in nuetral. Replace the gasket on the drain pan making sure you gaet all of the old gasket off; it will leak if you don't. Should there be or is it rear main sealed. I never heard of stuck check valve issues but normally when a check valve fails it fails open. I have a question that I need answered. It is a good idea to drain the pan … and wipe out with a lint free cloth.
There was no gasket between the two. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Plus I was told that it was difficult to get sensor positioned correctly distance wise against torque converter. To use the wrench, slide the open end of the wrench over the cooler line, then slide the wrench down the line until it reaches the nut used to secure the line to the transmission. You can buy a special plastic ring release tool from Harbor Freight or most auto part stores fairly cheap. . Push removal tool up to connector Figure 7.
Anyone care to offer easy solutions. Remove oil pan by sliding backward and out. Proper reconnect procedures are also provided. The difference between the two wheels drive and 4 wheel drive transmissions are the tail shafts. Close removal tool and lock tab.
The vehicle must be raised sufficiently to remove the transmission from under it. Push removal tool into connector. By pushing on the fitting release ring, you are releasing the tension of the spring fingers on the ring, allowing the fitting to be pulled apart. I also made a very sharp wedge from a chisel and rammed it hard on the other side to seoarate the hub. My 2 cts is beware using the Amsoil atf in the dodge transmission, it is not approved for the Dodge. Removal Procedure: This bulletin outlines the two methods of disconnecting the quick connectors on automatic transmission cooler lines, and provides the proper reconnect procedures.
Both of them said that they had not seen Chrysler transmission failures due to overheating from a stuck check valve. Squeeze retainer tabs together until both tabs contact line Figure 3. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Does anyone on this forum know about this modification? It came out in 1988 and is based on the 3 speed torqueflight 727. Plus the ¾ ton transmission has stronger bands and internal parts.
To remove the pan, loosen the bolts that secure the pan to the bottom of the transmission, then insert the blade of a flathead screwdriver between the pan and the transmission. If they are both the same. For those that have either had a complete failure of the transmission or its simply time for an upgrade, we also offer complete transmission packages in various levels depending on the horsepower and use of the truck. The crank sensorwas put on however it started stalling again. There should be no foreign substances to gum up the check valve, and with the premium fluid it should just work better. I took the oil to a local mechanic I had not used before.