It is probably a linkage problem
It is inside the shifter assembly.
It is inside the shifter assembly.It is inside the shifter assembly.
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.
same thing happened on my 2008 dodge avenger,dealer said it was due to a part that melted and was replaced under warranty.
Loose hold down clamp or broken shift cable.
Shift linkage broken or misadjusted?
may just be a transmission sensor - $20 part - start there...
Assuming that it is anautomatic And it's just the shifter that you want, at the bottom of the shifter by the steering column there is a pin. Take a punch and drive the pin out.
its for manual shift, slide the shifter over when in drive and you push the shifter up to + to shift up and down to - to down shift
You Stratus has what is called Auto-Stick. You can "manually" shift the gears by putting it in the +/- position and moving the shifter side to side.You Stratus has what is called Auto-Stick. You can "manually" shift the gears by putting it in the +/- position and moving the shifter side to side.
Shifter or Shift Knob
Tighten bolt on shifter
They don't use linkage, they use a cable. The cable goes between the shift lever mechanism to the transmission.
Remove rubber boot at bottom of shifter Should be a series of bolts holding shifter in place Make sure vehicle is in neutral Remove bolts Lift shifter out
I had to cut my stock rubber shifter knob off with a pocket knife over a year ago when i was convinced i wanted a new shifter knob for my 2004 dodge ram 1500. Unfortunately, the cheap replacements i bought, although they looked cool weren't worth a crap. I strongly recommend keeping the factory shift knob or replacing it with a shift knob that threads directly onto the metal shifter. The allen screw tightening shift knobs you will find at wall mart of your local auto supply store will eventually just loosen, wobble and fall off.
Sounds like the linkage is loose
That happens when the trans computer detects a problem and sets a trouble code. You need to have the system checked for codes.
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.
Loosen the shifter cable not on each end of the shifter cable. The shifter cable will come off. Reverse the process to install the new shifter cable.
The shift cable has failed.
the clutch adjustment.if its not hydaulic.
First the bezel/shift assembly trim should be removed or put aside. This will allow access to the shift column to be unbolted from its housing.Ê
If the manual transmission seems to shift into all gears but 2nd and it doesn't sound like the gears are stripped then it is likely the shifter itself. I had an '86 that had the shifter bolt was broken. It is the bolt that keeps the ball on the end of the shifter aligned, with it broken the shift pattern was anyone's guess as to what gear it was going into. I repaired shifter by installing a new shifter bolt and repairing the housing by removing the broken bolt piece. It restored the shift pattern and smooth transmission operation.
My guess would be you shift shaft teeth are worn or your clutch is going out. Also check and see if the shifter is rubbing and catching on anything.
The shifter release solenoid is also known as the shift interlock solenoid. It is a small part of the shift solenoid. It is helps the driver shift the car from different gears up and down depending on the speed needed.