The transmission "valve body" can often have problems that result in leaks and sticking. Once the seals of a valve body start to fail, the transmission clutches start to slip and eventually fail altogether. In any case, once the transmission fails in the way you describe, you're pretty much stuck with the only options being to rebuild the transmission, replace the transmission or get rid of the vehicle.
Could be low on transmission fluid. If so you have a heck-of-an oil leak.
transmission problem? should be looked at right away before your walking
You have a problem with your transmission. The transmission is trying to shift to a lower gear than necessary. Check the transmission fluid first and if it is low add the correct transmission fluid. Do not Overfill. If this does not solve the problem than the transmission fluid may need to be changed or you may have another problem within the transmission. Can be a bad shift solenoid or a problem with the hydraulic control unit. You need to take it to a Chrysler dealership or to a trusted transmission specialist for service. Do not neglect this or serious damage may be done to the transmission if you continue to drive it.
Honestly about 150,000 miles. After that the transmission will start to stick. common problem.
You need to have the computer checked for codes. That will tell you what area the problem is in. It can be wiring, computer, or even an issue with the new transmission.
Check the transmission fluid level and if it is ok then the transmission may be broke. You need to have the trans checked for codes. That complaint sounds like a major internal failure.
PO731 Gear ratio error in 1st gear. Possible causes:Low transmission fluid levelTransmission fluid dirtyDefective shift solenoidsTransmission hydraulic control circuit problemMechanic Problem with transmissionHave the transmission fluid and filter changed and if the problem does not go away seek professional help.
check to see if thers a speed sensor unit failure from the transmission.. Had this problem on a Caddy
Try to start it on neutral. if it stars then you have a faulty neutral safety switch.
Similar products should not be a problem
If they are the same transmission model, then it may be possible. The problem may be the electronics. It is best to check with a good transmission repair shop or a Chrysler/Dodge dealer.
any auto transmission car that starts in neutral and not in park has a problem with the safety switch. Fix it or bypass it.
in some vehicles there is a swtch inder the break peddle that controls your breack lights it might not be making a connection
If the problem disappears when the shifter in placed in neutral it could be a transmission or engine mounts
you have a problem in your torque converter or transmission pump
There could be an internal problem with the transmission. Check the transmission fluid for a burnt smell or odd color, indicating transmission damage.
Check the engine and transmission mounts along with the exhaust hangers.
Most of the times, problem is in the solenoid pack, may be rebuilt or a new one, the important thing is there's no need to get down transmission.
D=Drive, R=reverse, N=Neutral, 3, 2, & 1, are the speeds, or gears,of the transmission. So if there is a problem it is with the transmission.
On that car it is called a transmission range sensor and it attaches transmission gear selector cable to transmission. Just remove and install new part in reverse order (if that is the problem).
You may have to remove the shifter and realign forks in the top of transmission--problem usually caused by wear
The transmission forks are possibly bent or worn. If the forks are giving a problem then the transmission will have to be rebuilt or replaced.
That happens when the computer detects a problem.. You need to have the computer checked for trouble codes.
My mechanic says it is in front of the transmission. i need this replaced on my car, and it is a common and normal problem because of the location of it.