Hi Bernard, I read through a lot of your post and my problem is similar but has the folks at the Dodge dealership stumped. Every Output Sensor I've had come in the shop that was bad, set a code. Also my 4 wd just all of a sudden stopped working on the day we get a blizzard. They go bad very easy common Dodge tranny problem. I don't know that it will do you any good though, but you have to start some where. My Dodge Neon 2005 though is giving this problem repeatedly P0700,P0720,P0731. To get in deeper, you'll need a wiring diagram for checking continuity between harness points.
I tightened the bands outside the tranny oil pan and problem went away, it now shifts smoothly, but tighten too much and itll snap your neck every time. The rack-and-pinion steering has a quick-ratio setup and needs only 3. It has been into the shop 3 times now for tranny hanging up in 2nd to 3rd. No, they're not all the same. Sorry, but other than what I've just written I can't give you any specifics without much more scanner data and diagnosis. As in the last post, John, you can't skip diagnostic steps. You may have some trouble finding the battery temp sensor.
What else should I try? Coming to stop in neutral it does not stall. They're not that expensive or hard to replace but I have no idea whether it will cure your problem. I have a 99 dodge intrepid 2. The problem came back on Fri. Owners may contact Chrysler customer service at 1-800-853-1403. Also going over the wiring carefully, especially near the speed sensor connector is another place to check.
This last time I have changed it it will shift fine but now at times the truck will die for no reason. So when i'm rollin an average of 70mph and my truck drops down to third gear and back up again repeatedly i know it can't be good. Replacing the one on the rear differential will not get rid of the code or the problem. I pulled over to the side of the road, shut the truck off for 5 minutes. Bernard thankyou for doing what you do, You helped me and you are helping a lot people. When the vehicle was placed in reverse the transmission automatically went to second gear.
Do you have any idea as to what it could be? Can it be the speed sensor? Any questions or comments you'd rather not make public, please use the address below. For vehicles that were sold, or are currently registered, in Florida, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the U. For checking a transmission like you have the way to tell if the problem is in the trans or the wiring is to put a pressure gauge on the governor port and start the motor. What Owners Should Do Chrysler will notify owners and dealers will update the seat heating system control features, free of charge. Have you done a fuel pressure check? If you have pressure and the transmission goes to 3rd gear then you have to look at the wiring and governor valves. I can't understand why so many people here have 2000 year trucks with transmission problems. I have dropped the pan several times and there is no debris the fluid is spotless.
Thanks for the help any way! The Ram is a full size pickup truck manufactured and sold by American automaker Chrysler. Front bucket, cloth seats, comfortable. I don't see a transmission speed detector on the transmission tail shaft. Chrysler's number for this recall is R25. What are they made from, what additives do they have in them, and why does synthetic supposidly perform better? You said in many other posts that the instrument cluster could cause this problem. The current and failure mileages were 15,109.
The Ram made its debut in 1981 ans was part of the Dodge division from its inception until 2009, when Ram became its own unique truck division. It is even shifting better from 1st to 2nd now. Thanks for your time and comments. Also increasing interior utility is Dodge's Crate 'N Go system, new for 2009, which features custom removable containers that fit under the rear seat, allowing gear to be organized and contained within the truck without rolling around. If you're doing this yourself, I'm sure you've checked the fluid level.
Although driving down the road with the dash in my lap while I probe points isn't on my things to do list. I supposed I can try replacing the solenoids on the tranny, then if that doesnt work take it to a shop. It might also not be seated correctly. I replaced the speed sensor, but my check engine light didn't go off. Ramiro, I don't think you've read any of the other comments so I'll repeat this one.
This almost caused an accident in rush hour traffic because I expected the vehicle to accelerate, which it did not. It comes out November 22ond, but you can get a look at it there and pre-order it. The failure and current mileages were 174,168. By - July 15, 2015 Contributors: nathants This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2009-present. The owner says that the tranny is slipping and that he was told that the speed sensor is the problem. And if so, whats the average price for a sensor? I'd would love to hear suggestions on this my theory is the output sensor but I have not the means to get it tested at present.
I have a 1994 Dodge Intrepid 3. Screwed up job and had to redo. If you've read the other posts, you can see they've had other problems with the governor and solenoid pack. Over the course of its production, Dodge offered several different transmissions in the Ram pickup. If you didn't switch out the exact same engine and trans from the exact same year vehicle with all the same accessories then you're in trouble and it's not possible for me to help you from the Internet anyway.