You may want to talk to a dealer parts counter person. On the first tranny rebuild, the service tech said the unit looked brand new on the inside but it still failed. Will get it fixed, drive it for the rest of the winter, and then trade it in for whatever I can get. I have access to a low mileage automatic transmission from a 93 2wd Dakota, but it is behind a v6. The damn thing didn't even make a noise, it just went.
Premium snap rings will prevent your reverse from going out again. I've been to Carolina and California in it, not to mention Minnesota, Houston, and most points in between. The 6 represents the strength of the transmission. Ask them to adjust the bands. Any one know what type of Mopar cars trucks etc.
In the past I have bought Mazdas and Toyotas on which I routinely got over 200K miles without doing more than changing the oil and fluids per the owners manual. It was only a qt low so I added a qt. Hopefully yours isn't as bad. Always did scrupulous maintenance on the entire vehicle which otherwise runs perfectly. The staff has been amazing to work with and takes care of their customers better than any other company I have ever dealt with. He came and pulled me home. Looks like my truck made it further than most of the other Dodge Rams being cited in this forum: nearly 215,000 miles, in fact.
Can somebody please help me??? I know what you going though. Kolene steels are perfect for any overhaul. Dual-cone synchronizers reduced effort at the shift knob by 10-15%. A couple of months later it started making a clunk when shifting, then locked up. It might also not be seated correctly. Thinking of buying but tranny bad and need to know if one I have will work. Thanks for your time and comments.
Well, the truck was doing so good that we used it for another week, but this morning, on my way to work, it did to me what it had done to them, and this time, it did it permanently. It provided smoother easier shifts and gear ratios more suitable to a half-ton pickup than the transmission used in the previous Ram pickup. The body tag is gone, and the only numbers I have found on the transmission itself are off of a lip just above the trans pan on the drivers side stamped into the housing. But now that I've got a premium tranny, it hauls and races better than new. Find all the latest facts, figures and based on year, make and model.
A close second I've come to like is Raybestos, especially their Kevlar and Carbon Fiber bands. A stub lever on the transmission cover selected ratios through a single-rail mechanism. The shift pattern had three planes, with Reverse opposite 5th gear at the right. With great power comes great responsibility, remember? Now it's on the side of the road!!! It is a shame because the American manufacturers seem to have got it figured out on how to make a truck with significant power, they just need to figure out everything else. They did what I said bought a pint of rubbing alcohol and poured it into the transmission , and they got home.
It is a used truck When I test drove it it ran and shifted great. Replace the filter and O-ring and make sure everything is seated well before re-assembling. The tag on the right side contains the part number; the tag on the left side has the build sequence and date information. If you see snap rings, springs, and actual tranny parts in the pan, yeah, you got a problem. Think problem is solenoid pack and wondering what your thoughts are.
You can search Dodge Ram parts by. Although out of production for a while now, there are still plenty of these popular vehicles on the road. No drive, reverse and grinds when i put in park. So it's definitely something you want. They shared third gear and overdrive ratios 1:1 and 0.
Determining if the transmission is manual or automatic and, if manual, whether it is five- or six-speed, are the first steps to identifying the Ram 3500 transmission. On the way home, at a light, the transmission suddenly just stopped operating. I have spent thousands trying to fix this prob. If you find one that cares enough they can cross reference to be 100%. The parts wear faster, and also the choice of most repair shops if they don't go with the local parts store's cheap parts. The plunger is in turn attached to one of the shift valves in the valve body. Add a site » First off, with any vehicle, if you treat it right, it'll take care of you.