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Posted on Jan 21, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
they had alot of pump problems on those early model transmissions, you need to go to chrysler to get "Updated" Pump!!!
don't be cheap, chrysler trans are very sensitive!!!
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
First off check all of the obvious things. The most important is the transfer case shifter, make sure your transfer case is not in neutral. Seems obvious but it is easy to overlook. Next check the fluid in your clutch resivior or if it is an automatic check the transmission fluid. After that there are only three things it could be with a manual transmission. The Clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder, or the clutch itself. All of these can be checked by a qualified mechanic. With an automatic transmission it could be a multitude of different problems internal to the transmission. The only other thing I would check on an automatic is the shifter linkage to be sure the tranny is actually going into drive. After checking the shifter linkage I would take it to a qualified mechanic.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
This is Ron out of Vero Beach Florida. I have been doing trannys for years. The problem you described is caused (more than likely) by a seized clutch pack. Depending on the trans, and your car should be RWD with a 700r4 tranny, there are several sets of clutch packs and at least one band. Automatic transmissions rely on fluid pressure to "engage" the correct set of clutch discs, at the right time , to engage and change gears. I have seen in the past, where a customer parks his car for the evening and the next morning, no move. What happened?? More than likely, a clutch pack was on it\'s way out but cause the car was hot the plates were free, but after cooling, they can weld themselves together and actually "lock-up". In the morning you know the end result. Your tip on "moves in Nuetral" is the give away. Ron
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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