Also, had an extended warranty which ran out the July 19, 2005. Any leak is a sign of an issue, but for an automatic, it's extremely critical that you figure out what is causing the leak due to the fact that your automatic transmission will not operate without the correct amount of transmission fluid. I contacted the manager and he was suppose to get back to me-which he hasn't as of yet. Check the fluid level and probably will take another quart of fluid. Use rags and brake cleaner to wipe all of the old oil and debris from the pan. I think this is wrong-they are just about saying for not using our facility you are going to be punished and not get the help you need. If the temperature range was over 100 degrees then this was when the problem occurred.
I am guessing on the date of purchase. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2nd. Consumer eventually pulled over to the side of the road. Rowefast answered 2 years ago It will only take like 3 to 4 quarts, but don't dump it all in at one time. First thing you will want to do is check the tightness of the bolts that hold the pan to the transmission housing. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 1500 2009-Present.
Speedometer Connector There is an O-ring where the speedometer sensor enters the transmission case. We have compiled the handy chart below to help you select the correct Transfer Case Fluid for your Dodge or Ram 4x4. All you have to do is remove the driveshaft and then you will gain access to the seal. Even further than where they are! Your vehicle's transmission is responsible for. This O-ring can wear out over time and cause fluid to leak out. This article applies to the 4th Generation Dodge Ram 1500 2009-Present.
I drove it a day and a half and the check engine light came on. . You just don't want to over fill it. The output speed sensor provides the signal for the speedometer over 11 mph. Determine the source of that pesky oil leak leaving a stain on your garage floor. With your other hand, thread in all of the bolts until they are finger tight. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2nd and 3rd Generation 1994-2008.
Vehicle wandered all over the road. When adding transmission fluid to your Ram 1500, be sure to add it slowly as it will fill up quickly and is difficult to remove excess fluid if you overfill. Is your oil mysteriously disappearing? Low fluid found due to steering leak. The ring around the magnet is all debris. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2nd and 3rd generation 1994-2008.
Making this very dangerous to do. Depending on how much was drained out and how much remained in the oil cooler, you will need to add between five and eight quarts; start small, and check the oil level as you are pouring. This will help you better see where the leak might be coming from. Tire pressure was too low. . Last year I had to have the trans rebuilt again at 2500.
And the front end that's hard to keep up with. It is common for this seal to wear out and cause leaks. The engine in your 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 should be running when you perform a transmission fluid level check, otherwise it will be inaccurate. This article applies to the Dodge Ram 2009-Present. I don't believe I should pay for any of this. Also, while driving various speeds, the driver seat moved.
I serviced my truck's transmission just like it recommended in owner's manual and never abused it but with under 80000 miles it went out. Changing out the fluid in your transmission is a daunting. Mechanic changed the transmission sensor, and the fuel pump, and that still had not solved the problem. They said I couldn't because the sales tax on the sale had already been sent to the state. Thanks in advance, Skeptic I have very little experience with this problem. Transmission surges at 10 to 45 mph.
Buy a master rebuild kit and some upgraded parts and try to do it myself. I'm a Mopar man but Chrysler dropped the ball with their 46re transmission. The transmission only had 1st and 2nd gears, and had to drive in second gear only. They should pay all of it. Steering box failed and replaced.