This vehicle is notorious for a "whining" noise. The slower you drive, the louder it is. At first I thought our power-steering pump was going, or the transmission was whining. Two mechanics told me it's normal. Just a quirk with Dodge/Chrysler products. I had that whining noise and it was the alternator making the noise through the radio. even when the radio is off. Just a thought.
It is on the end of the engine.
Engine, yes. Transmission, no.
The engine and transmission are removed out the bottom as an assembly.
If it's the same type of transmission that came from/is going on the same engine, yes.
Manuel transmission? You need a new clutch.
No. The transmission is removable.
A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.A 1996 or 1997 Dodge caravan or Plymouth Voyager with the same engine size will have the same transmission.
will the transmission causes my 1999 ford expedition to bog down & sputter when accelerating the 4.6liter engine.
If i wanted to change my transmission fluid in my 2001 dodge grand caravan with a 3.3 liter engine, how many quarts would it take?
Yes the solenoid pack is on the front of the transmission.
Engine idling in park.
Behind engine, bolted to transmission.
By doing this the engine has a high ratio of working but, the transmission also has a high possibilty of not working so, my thoughts are to just change the engine not the transmission.
The transaxle/transmission is bolted to the driver side of the engine.The transaxle/transmission is bolted to the driver side of the engine.
Many problems could cause the car to stop accelerating. If the engine is running OK, then check a manual transmission for clutch problems, and an automatic transmission for possible slipping bands.
No, the bell housing pattern is different.
No, engine and transmission are removed out of the bottom.
you have an issue with your transmission check to see if you have any transmission fluid leaking its either that or your engine over heated
All automatic transmission have a fluid pump. The pump is usually mounted on the front of the transmission, and turns with the engine.
Between the engine and transmission there are four mounts.
You may have a broken engine or transmission mount.
Could be many things, but the most common are fouled spark plugs or a bad fuel filter.
No, the bell housing patterns are different.
unhook everything on your engine and take your engine and tranny off the chassie. Then you remove the entire engine and tranny combo from your van. empty the transmission oil and undo the bolts connecting the transmission to the engine. The do it all in reverse and add new transmission fluid and whatever else fluid you had to empty to get your engine tranny combo out.
Loose belt - will sound like a screeching noise.