sounds like a tranny job may be just around the corner, ok..heres what I'd do... Get a can of Berrymans B-12Chemtool, and add to the Auto Trans fill... Ignore what the can says, because it used to say can be used for flushing engine oil and to free valve bodies of automatics... They changed the label because people would add the stuff then LEAV IT IN!! DO NOT DO THIS!! You will be adding a can and after a MELLOW SHORT DRIVE, you (or take it to the oil changers)will be draining the trans fluid and replacing the filter (A TRANSMISSION SERVICE) Your refill of the transmission will also include a can of KW brand TransFix, or Lucas Automatic Transmission Treatment...IDEALLY BOTH !! Check for leaks, and start driving....IF the problem is fixed, great, you've DELAYED the INEVITABLE---a trans overhaul... Heres, my email, in case I can be of more assistance, I don't ususally give it out, but I do this to repay bad Karma from my past life....:) tradertaippan@Yahoo.com also Everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and a professional shop manual should be available at your local library for diagnostic procedures etc, just make copies of the right pages, as they are usually REFERENCE only...read up and good luck :)
check your transmission control relay.. it might be stuck..
The shift cable is loose or mis adjusted.
NO yes and it will ruin your steering rack.
well the transmission could be crapping out, but make sure youre using the right fluid and that you have enough in, Chrysler never made a good transmission in the early 90s though
the car probably senses that it slowed down or is set to shift at large bumps if it is an automatic and if it is a manual it might be a bad clutch
All of the connecters are different, so it would fit but it would never shift properly.
Set the parking brake before you put the shift in park when parking.Take shift out of park before releasing the parking brake when driving.
Chrysler does not use modulator valves.
TCM Malfunction, And/Or Speedometer Sensor Malfunction.
Shift solenoid a malfunction. A failed solenoid pack is a likely cause.
Could be a speed sensor or shift solenoid. Its probably electrical related rather that transmission related. Had the same problem with my 92 Grand Caravan. Speed Sensor fixed the problem.
Any fluid besides ATF+4 can cause shift quality issues.
No, there is Stick shift.
The shift solenoid B for a 1997 Chrysler Convertible is located inside the transmission. The speed sensor has to be removed to access the bolts to remove the cover over this shift solenoid.
whats wrong if my car wont shift to the next gear automaticly when its driving
More then likely, one of the electronic solenoids in the control pack on the front of the transmission case.
either shift relay, or shift modual It does not drop to first gear, it drops into limp mode, that means you have only gear 1 and 2. this can happen, because of wrong signals coming from a faulty speed sensor (on the gearbox) or usually the solenoid or the filters in it are blocked. Replace the solenoid and your tranny will work again like new.
there is a pin in said of the tranny that gets drity put a botle of lucus tranmission fix in it it should work if the pin is not broke
The shift speeds are computer controlled and not adjustable.The shift speeds are computer controlled and not adjustable.
Your transmission might automatically shift out of overdrive while driving on the interstate because of low transmission fluid. This issue might also occur because of a bad transmission sensor or overdrive sensor.
A 2007 Chrysler Sebring that will not shift out of Park will probably need a shift solenoid replaced. This is inside the transmission and the transmission might have to be taken out of the vehicle to be fixed.
Shift cable adjustment, low fluid, internal transmission failure.
is it a stick shift? mine is a stick shift and it got alot quieter after i changed the transmission fluid... google it.
Yes, You can only shift it into 4 high while driving. You can not shift to 4 low while moving.
Out of transmission fluid, broken/disconnected shift linkage, failed pump, bad valve body seals, faulty torque converter... Any of the above or possibly even other problems could cause what you describe.