This should be free of charge considering the shop warranty the work parts and labor. They come off as a unit. Currently, with check engine light reset, I've drove truck 270 miles with no problem but I'm expecting it to happen again. Mar 15, 2009 I have a 2002 Dodge Ram that doesn't like to shift into 2nd when flooring it from a Stop. He said this is a very common problem.
You may have to lower the frame mo … unt bolts to get the pan to come out. After that is the 3 and 4 solenoids. Bob Apr 21, 2010 Yes that could be. This governor pressure sensor, when if fails, usually causes the transmission to start off in 2nd gear and then upshift to other gears is delayed and harsh. Is it possible that other electrical problems or computer needing reprogrammed could be causing? I would like to give thanks to Jeff Russel from Teal automotive.
Tranny was just rebuilt and new solenoids put in. If i let off the gas, it goes into 2nd fine. Transmission solenoid I have a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4. Shop has narrowed to something electrical but. They may have to re adjust the bands inside. I had the Solenoid replaced and not even a week later I had the same issue.
Usually a black color and round like a small pepper shaker. Clean the pressure boost valve cover plate to remove any dirt or rust inhibitor prior to installation. You can replace these one at a time, but you really need to know what your looking for. Now after 3 months I am getting the same issue even after it was rebuilt??? He sells any part for any automatic Transmision and his prices are very affordable. We work hard to build a great website for car parts, so start perusing and see what you find. They are on the passenger side of the transmission and sit in a block that detaches from the valve body.
Raise the front of the vehicle, remove the front driver's side tire, remove the wheel well access cover and you should see the solenoid cover. I would give it a 2 week break in period. You will have to remove the oil pan from the bottom of the transmission to access these. It is located in the transmission valve body under the transmission pan. In addition to this, will be … a manual type switch controlled by a push-rod from the ignition key switch. Always run the fault codes to see if there are electronic problems and have a pressure test done to check for internal mechanical problems I advise that you find an accredited auto transmission shop that repairs your transmission and get a second opinion before you spend another dollar.
Follow the instructions supplied with your new solenoid. Its only got 60K miles. Posted on Jul 19, 2009 Remove the Transmission pan. Its only got 60K miles. The transmission valve body pressure boost valve cover plate has been revised with a larger size orifice hole to address this condition. It is behind a thin plate with 3-4 small torq screws. He sells any part for any automatic Transmision and his prices are very affordable.
If I am not able to help our members, that would make me sad. I am wondering how much more money I am going to have to spend in order to get this fixed. You don't have to remove the valvebody. Tranny shop checked and can't find anything amiss. Thanks Checked grounds and connections as well as harness. Only took me 45 minutes to fix.
If I turned the truck off then back on it would allow me to shift into first until it got into 4th gear and would stick and not shift up or down. I would like to give thanks to Jeff Russel from Teal automotive. If any assistance is offered to me, I would gladly accept. Verify, and if required, adjust the transmission shift linkage and the transmission throttle valve cable per the appropriate Service Manual procedures. Anyway thanks a great deal, you saved my day.
If i let off the gas, it goes into 2nd fine. Can't get it to duplicate with scanner on either. The person that rebuilt the transmission took it and found more issues like the back gears were burning up because of lack of fluid between the gears. You don't have to remove the valvebody. If you are replacing this one, you really should replace them all. Posted on Oct 28, 2010 Governor pressure controls the 1st and 2nd shifts. Make sure it is clean.
He said this is a very common problem. I have had the Transmission fully rebuilt twice!!! After 200 miles, its doing it again. There is also a starter relay located on the fender well just beneath the left hood henge. Also make note on what they are. Another shop had same year model viehicle doing same and are not able to find cause. In my humble opinion the shop that told you that you need a new transmission is just hungry for work - stay away!!!! It could be a bad solenoid , bad wiring in the transmission, bad connection at the plug going to the transmission, bad wiring going to the transmission.