check Transmission Fluid then go to transmission mechanic. problem may be in computer and be a simple fix
The automatic could be had on all Dodge Challenger models.
you could get it with an automatic or a 4 speed manual.
check your alternator it might be bad.
Asbests has no odor. If there is an odor, it is from something else.
If the pcm controls the transmission the shifts could be inaccurate.
The 1995 Cavalier could have a stopped up transmission filter, or a vacuum solenoid problem. These would be the two most likely places to cause the problem.
They could be either one
Some Chrysler vans have a software update for the trans computer available at the dealer for harsh shifts. Other than that there could be an internal problem.
could be the relay.
If it shifts smothly into the gears before o/d it is not the cable.
It could have an engine problem