I wish I could help, but I have change fluid and filter 3 times now and it still is giving me shifting problems. Sorry Make sure you used the right fluid... ATF+3, #7176 specially formulated for the Chrysler A604 (41TE) 4 spd automatic. I just returned from the transmission shop who repaired leaks in my tranny. They put in the wrong fluid and the car searched to shift and "bump shifted" into 1st when stopping. I made them put the correct fluid in... and within an hour, the problem was gone. the A604 also has a electronic shift solenoid which has been a bit of problem on these transmissions, which will cause it to shutter between shifts and down shift very hard, if it gets to severe the computer will only let the trans. stay in first gear, until the computer can have the code reset or flashed by the service shop. but this will repeat itself if the shift solenoid is faulty.
Have the fluid and filter changed
Filter and fluid should be changed A.S.A.P. Y-THINK-Y
You need to service the transmission. Have the fluid/filter changed. If that does not help, seek professional help.
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
Perhaps transmission fluid is "breaking down" at high temp. Try changing fluid and filter
You could try changing the transmission filter and the fluid.
Yes, I just had a clogged filter for my 05 corolla changed along with the filter.
Change your fluid and filter. A new valve body/input shaft nut may be needed. see saturnfans.com for more information
I would suggest you have the transmission fluid & filter changed ASAP. See if that helps.
The manual on my Ranger PU states that the filter must be changed every time the transmission fluid is changed. I always change my oil filter when changing oil, because if you don't, you leave 1 quart of dirty oil in the system. Filters are fairly inexpensive, so I would recommend putting in a new one with every fluid change.
When was the last time you changed your transmission fluid? As the fluid gets older, transmissions start to shift harder, and you notice the shifts from gear to gear a lot more. It could also mean that your transmission needs repair.
That is a symptom of a transmission that has overheated. There may or may not be damage. I would advise you to have the fluid/filter changed immediately as the fluid is not contaminated.
Have you ever changed the fluid and filter in the transmission? If not, that's the first thing you should try.
Have transmission fluid and filter changed. Checked Transmission mounts
Apparrently there is no transmission dip stick, so my best advice is have the filter and fluid changed(taking the filter access pan doesn't change all the fluid) every two or three yrs or have the fluid change done which puts all new fluid in but doesn't change the filter
No, check the fluid level and have the transmission serviced. (filter and fluid replaced)
It means that your transmission has been hot and the fluid has overheated. If the transmission is still functioning properly then have the fluid and filter changed ASAP.
Always use ATF3 or ATF4. Any other type of fluid in a Lebaron transmission will shorten the lifespan of the transmission.
Have you checked the fluid level? Have you changed the filter and fluid as normal maintenance?
have you ever had the transmission filter changed and fluid changed?? Great place to start looking. If you have already checked the fluid level!
It is unlikely that the transmission would fail after a fluid change. The transmission filter should be changed at the same time. If it was not changed at the same time it could have caused the issue.
its because your transmission fluid and filter need to be changed. I would do motor oil and filter. and air filter too! coolant. power steeriing fluid. do it all. its not that fast, but if you do, there will be a tremendous difference
It means the fluid needs to be changed. The burnt smell means the transmission has overheated at least once. Change your fluid and filter and hope for the best. Transmission fluid needs to be changed every 50,000 miles.