ok there are two sensors one is called input shaft sensor and the other is called main output shaft sensor,, there easy to replace . they are plastic sensors on the front of the transmission . best to replace both cause once one goes bad the other isn't far behind.
however if there is anyother tranny problems internally then changing the sensors wont do you any good tho for the most part id say that's is what the case is with what little information you stated
It is inside the shifter assembly.
same thing happened on my 2008 dodge avenger,dealer said it was due to a part that melted and was replaced under warranty.
It is probably a linkage problem
may just be a transmission sensor - $20 part - start there...
I had that problem when i first got my 2008 dodge avenger. It was a manufacturer defect. I had to get a whole new gear shaft installed. Luckily my car was still under warranty and it was free of charge. There is a repair package available from the dealer.
A windshield washer pump on a 1998 Dodge Avenger ES is screwed onto the bottom of the washer fluid canister that holds the washer fluid.
That happens when the trans computer detects a problem and sets a trouble code. You need to have the system checked for codes.
Check shift sensor
How do you change shift cylinoid on 1998 dodge Durango
The Dodge Stratus should solenoid can be found on the side of the transmission. The shift solenoid will be on the right side. The shift solenoid should be labeled as such.
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.
just changed my transmission fluid, filter, and gasket, in 96 dodge avenger 4 cylinder. took roughly 3.5 quarts or, just under a gallon to fill it bk up, my advice is put 3 quarts in run it till its about normal operating temp then shift gears usually from drive to reverse and let everything soak in, then shut it off dont shift gears more than a min or so, and check your level till you get her just right. best of luck pal....D
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.
1997 dodge ram 1500 4x4 shift solenoid. where is it and how to replace?
The shift control systems are different. It would bolt up, but it would never shift.
i had the same problem and it turned out to be a valve body in the transmission that was sticking. what ever that means idk to much about cars but i put some transmission cleaner in it and it hasn't giving me a problem for a little but now.
Nothing, as the stick shift wasn't available in the Challenger in 2008.
Nothing, as the 2008 Challenger wasn't available with a manual shift.
No, do you?
could be a sensor, had my 99 ram do it to me when i had 10,000 miles, lucky it was under warranty. it did it to me again at 30,000 it was another sensor at transmission
Loose hold down clamp or broken shift cable.
Yes it will... you need to switch the flywheels though to mount it to the automatic transmission...