The truck was parked on an incline and rolled down the hill and crashed into trees. Tx and spoke to a mechanic and stated it I could find the cause and if it was a manufacturing problem they would pay to fix. I pull a 35 ft 5th wheel so I need the low gear at red lights. Hopefully, I've chimed in on some new information for everyone and helped out. I think the Chrysler Corp. Then I replaced all ball joints and u-joints just for peace of mind. Center drag link adjusted second time.
Hopped on the interstate this morning headed to the mechanic. But I wanna know if it could be something else. I put it in and have had 160,000 miles trouble free. And the front end that's hard to keep up with. Fluid in a connector will screw the ohms up as well as checking the external conector on the speed sensor. I have a 2002 Dodge Ram that doesn't like to shift into 2nd when flooring it from a Stop.
Everything else is allright, no slippage or anything. Low fluid found due to steering leak. Had to get it towed. That could be the problem. Chrysler should be held accountable.
My truck is going to get a rebuilt in it but I will be without a vehicle for the next 3 weeks. Steering drifts to right and wheel is off center. Consumer almost lost control of the vehicle. When it finally catches up, it hits like I've been in an accident. I bought the truck used from a dealership with 40,000 miles on it.
The contact stated that friction material has built up within the transmission cooler and has burned the transmission. When it started it was only 3 years old, its not paid for. Also wiring harness is the front wheel well will get caked up with road gunk. I went to the same auto shop before when it first happened and again they can't find anything wrong with it. I think the Chrysler corp.
The first 2 - were from Moveras and we had very difficult time getting resolution from them- they tried to void warranty and say we didn't flush lines when we put brand new ones on it, eventually we got our money back but took over 3 months to resolve. I'll update as soon as i replace it. Changed the fluid while in there and filter. Gunner66 answered 2 years ago 02 ram 1500, 5. I will never buy a Dodge again, unless the Dodge company shows me that they are a bit concern.
So basically Dodge knew there was a problem and did not offer to pay for what they knew was a failure. The fluid and the transmission pan looked neglected and took a while to clean. These charts provide the most comprehensive reliability information available to consumers. What is the cause of this? Chrysler will not do anything cause of my mileage of 55,000. I contacted the manager and he was suppose to get back to me-which he hasn't as of yet. Ext mirror fell off, dealer said to bad. Maybe this will help some one.
GuruW7W1G answered 11 months ago You have a clutch adjustment bolt on the side of the tranny on the linkage side. . My dashboard has cracked in several places and I understand this is a common problem with a Dodge. All accessories work with the keys out of ignition switch. I saw an empty quart of Mercon under the seat that made me extremely nervous. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year. I have replaced the transmission filter and fluid.
Replaced that and speedometer worked again, along with turning off abs and brake light. Ive replaced the door handles on the back doors twice because the crappie clips keep breaking and guess what they don't sell the clips seperately. Now I have no reverse, I did for awhile but I had to rev the engine up a little to get it to move. Dodge will not acknowledge that there is a problem. First the dash spit in many places, then the air condition went out and then the transmission. Chrysler should be held accountable.
The trans pan needs to be removed. The mechanic also stated that on numerous Dodge Ram maintenance forums, this is a common problem. Most of the time we replace the governer pressure sensor and soleniod. Leak was found at vacuum pump seal caused leak at power steering reservoir. Anyway, the engine light came back on the next day.