Chrysler Corporation in no way endorses or is affiliated with this site. This morning, as I was driving about 30 mph, the engine started to roar as if in neutral. It seems to move through gears without problems. I have no idea what the national chain place did, but I already noted above to stay away from those kinds of places. This is a zero tolerance policy. Goes into overdrive at 45 mph.
I don't know why that works but give it a try. I also recommend a fluid change after you do this because you're moving debris inside the transmission. There are many reasons why a clutch would slip, but the most common reason is that the clutch is worn out. Which is bad for the transmission and can destroy it. I think that dealers are hit and miss. Do you or anybody on this forum have experience with issue such as this? Only use Genuine Honda transmission fluid, or you will have shifting issues. It didn't seem to have any type of slipping, but it does now.
It's a 2006 Dodge Dakota 2-door, 2 wheel drive with 107,xxx miles. It helps to prevent slipping and wear to provide smooth, quiet operation while conditioning seals to extend the life of the transmission. Wait a few minutes to let the truck come to operating temp, then find the transmission dipstick and check it. Technically you should have 2 dipsticks under the hood, one for engine oil and one for transmission fluid. Just over 100K on the car.
The threaded adapter stud is used to attach the cooler return filter to the transmission. He force shifted it and recommended I get the fluid and filter changed. I had the whole transmission rebuilt a year ago torque converter, internals, vehicle speed sensor have been changed, … ; the fluid does not smell bad, nor there are any particles, fluid level is correct as well. Dealership states they must be able to reproduce problem in order to replace transmission. Those who demonstrate they cannot follow the rules will be warned and posts removed. Check your owner's manual for fluid specifications.
We have changed almost every part of the vehicle but still same problem. However they told me after the gear box heated temp increase, they still found this transmision shifting issue. I just picked the car up, and it is jerking when I drive about 30-35 mph. Let me know if you try this, thanks. With Part Plastic and Part Metal Transducer Inside Pan on The Passenger Side. However, please observe rule 1 when asking for a second opinion. Probably because you have a leak.
The transmission is slipping, and sometimes it falls into neutral when downshifting. Luckily the mechanic has put all the bolts back and I asked for my keys and got out of there. It has 185,000 miles and has a transmission issue. I'm not sure how to check transmission fluid levels, but would if I knew how. Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional. I was told at this shop that there would be no removal of parts without my consent and that the diagnosis they would do would just serve to help narrow the problem.
We do a lot of the mechanics on our vehicles ourselves, but I don't know where to start. Any suggestions will be much approeciated. Honda transmission fluid levels are checked with the engine off and the car on level ground. Checked the fluid level and its fine Anybody had this problem. Finally, the system error been solved. It seems to be moving correctly and no sounds or burnt smell.
There are no warning lights on the dashboard, no flashing lights either when the slipping occurs. Also after I come to a stop and I go, the rpms don't drop down to normal. Going up hills I will see the rpm go up ~500rmps but no increase in power. Hope you all's problem is not as bad as mine was. This filter is suspect of causing the above condition.
Then my check engine light came on but not until after i was experiencing the slipping. If for some reason the pressure is not distributed evenly over the clutch disc, the clutch will start to slip. If you have an automatic transmission, your Dakota transmission torque converter keeps your vehicle running smoothly while you're driving and idling. Thanks again, for your help. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. If your transmission is leaking, you will want to fix it.
Got it changed a few days ago and it is still doing it. I'm not saying that is your problem but you need to check the fluid level and condition because of these types of problems. If you don't replace a worn clutch in time, you might have to replace the flywheel the big chunk of metal next to it as well. Then after we complain that we need the vehicle they tell us to come get it. We had the same exact series of issues this year with a 2000 Dodge truck. And since 2nd gen Legend was not officially sold in my country, the local dealership was not much of a help.