How do you change shift cylinoid on 1998 dodge Durango
The average cost to replace a shift solenoid on your Dodge Durango is $175. The shift solenoid will cost approximately $50 and two hours of labor.
The shift solenoids are inside the transmission, on the valve body.
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It is inside the transmission, on the valve body.
usually a linkage problem - adjust linkage that connects transmission to gear shift
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Inside the transmission, on the valve body.
If you are no longer able to shift, then it's possible the linkage is broken. If this is a periodic problem, you may need to adjust the linkage or shift cable so that everything is prooerly lined up
I would look on the transmission by the gear shift linkage.
Check the shift linkage to see if it is loose , and has gotten out of adjustment . Unhook both the high /reverse linkage and the low linkage . See if you can shift it out of gear with a pair of pliers . Then see if you can get it in high and reverse . If you can then adjust the linkage .
They don't use linkage, they use a cable. The cable goes between the shift lever mechanism to the transmission.
It is probably a linkage problem
Shift linkage broken or misadjusted?
Dealer, salvage yard, ebay, etc.
It is threaded into the transmission near the shift linkage
92 cavalier 31 clutch has to be on floor and still shifts hard
Replace shift linkage Replace shift linkage
Your question is too vague. Purchase a service repair manual.
Have you ever had the linkage adjusted? 90% chance this is the problem.
Thats fairly easy to do. First block the wheels so the vehicle will not roll. Put the transmission into neutral. Go under the car and on the drivers side of the transmission pan you will see the linkage. Remove the pin holding the linkage to the transmission. The linkage should slide in and out of the transmission shift bracket easily. If not loosen the nut on the linkage and adjust it until the linkage slides in and out without binding.
Dodge Automatic Shifts HardThe downshift linkage that connects the throttle body to the transmission is either frozen or out of adjustment. Frozen linkage is common problem for Dodge automatics.
No, the shift control systems are different.No, the shift control systems are different.