You have it in Drive
A high-pitched whine in a Dodge Dakota only when the weather is cold might be a normal thing. When the weather gets cold, the belts, starter and alternator need time to warm up. Try a little drop of dish soap on the fan belt to see if this helps quiet the whining.
you should think about getting your transmission fixed
Change your transmission oil it happen to me . And have your mechanic check the transmission you might have metal shavings in the transmission which is really bad.
The fluid is thicker when cold so you get a harsher engagement when you put it in reverse. Also, part of that problem is that the transmission is wearing out but it's highly unlikely that you need a rebuild very soon. Check the transmission mount to make sure it's not broken because if it is, it'll torque upwards and bang when it's put in reverse. You can check that by putting it in reverse with your foot on the brake and tapping the gas pedal.
If it is a transmission problem- First step would be to change trans. fluid and filter If it is a transmission problem- First step would be to change trans. fluid and filter
Its transmission is direct.
There is a service bulletin out on this problem (NUMBER: 21-015-05, GROUP: Transmission, DATE: September 01, 2005). It seems that fluid will drain from the torque converter after the vehicle sets awhile causing the slow to engage problem. According to Dodge, while it causes customer concern, it is not detrimental to the transmission. There is a new version of a transmission cooler filter which when installed mitigates the problem.
Normally if a transmission filter becomes clogged the pump will whine and usually the transmission will slip and possibly quit pulling after it gets full operating temp. When cold normally the transmission will pull fine and the pump will not whine as loud if it whines at all. The bad is that if the filter is stopped up damage has usually already been done and the debris is usually clutch material or metal. If I owned a auto with a 700R4 the first thing I would do is install a cooler and service the transmission. They have a overheating problem from the factory and that is why they have a locking dipstick and usually a rubber hose added to the vent on top of the transmission diverting the fluid away from the exhaust.
This was on a factory bullitin the mechanic told me, it is a valve in the transmission that needs replacing, easy and cheap to do. My 97 ram did the same thing.
You check the transmission fluid when its hot
Well if you have checked the transmission fluid levels when its cold and warm, and they are good, then you might want to get the fluid changed and have the transmission ajusted... assuming its an automatic, if its a manual, then it might be the throwout bearing, but i dont know why the temp would affect that.
Transmission fluid will show full when it is cold, but low when it is hot if it is low on fluid. Transmission fluid has to be checked when the car is warm.
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Most likely issue is a motor mount collapsed. The second most likely is a misfire.
To reverse boiling you must condense on a cold surface like a window or mirror and water droplets will appear.
The reverse of sublimation is deposition. An example of this process is water vapor forming frost an a window on a cold day.
How cold is it. Most diesel engine do not responed properly when the engine and fuel is cold.
If the 1990 Buick Century transmission is only shifting well when it is cold, you have to rebuild this transmission. It is likely that the clutch packs or clutches in the transmission are damaged or worn.?æ
Well check the fluid.It maybe low you have to have the car running when checking it.It low top it off and see what happens. change fluid and filter. filter gets clogged when debris settles and blocks fluid from transfer. if left alone it will take tranny out
No real difference
Oil is cold and thick due to ambient temperature as transmission heats up oil thins out
Sounds like the belt is loose. Another possibility is that your water pump is going bad. Sometimes when they set ovrnght for instance it will start to "freez" up a little due to the bearings inside going bad. Hope this helps. It is just impossible to say w/o personally seeing it. There is a problem with the RX300 transmission, when it begins to fail, it will whine when started cold and the sound will decrease as the car warms. It is often confused with another part, but within a short timeframe of days to weeks, the transmission will stop shifting properly, to completely failing.