The manufacturer was not notified of the malfunctions. This occurred while driving on the highway with three kids in the truck. I seen people not change there tranny fluid for over 100000 miles and there truck or car transmission starts to slip right away on them. In addition to the other failures, the vehicle unexpectedly lunged forward with the brake pedal engaged. Be sure that you have all the hardware started and down hand tight before you start cranking it down with a ratchet or a torque wrench.
She stated that the steering wheel would vibrate violently and as a result caused damage to the front hub. I read did it again change pan gasket and filter. The problem was intermittent and occurred every month and a half. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where they stated the transmission solenoid was defective. The key here is not to have a ton of excess gasket, as anything that runs over the sides on the outside when we crush this down is going to go into the pan the same way.
Dealership technician determined cause by driving vehicle on highway above 60mph with code reader connected and was able to duplicate reverse shifting and retrieved code. The second time was another cold start event with the transmission lockedn 4th gear. We've started a bolt onto the end of our eight millimeter socket. Once your pan has started draining, loosen the rear screws some more to allow it to hang further and drain more fluid. Still say not in ok mark. The vehicle was taken to the dealer on three different occasions because of the engine light illuminating, the first time the dealer stated it was a transmission problem and the computer would need to be replaced, the second time the engine light illuminated again and the dealer stated it was sending the same code and they would replace the solenoid. We'll remove this bolt, and carefully pull down on the front to release the pick up tube from the transmission.
Once we spread, it out, we'll wipe the excess off with a clean paper towel. A trip to the dealership uncovered nothing. I noticed that the truck was in 4th gear again. The vehicle was currently being repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 10,100. This does still have a little bit of weight to it.
Also check out our other helpful how-to and diagnosis videos. This stuff is time sensitive so make sure you check the cure time on your particular gasket maker to ensure that you have sufficient time to spread this out, clear the bolt holes, and get it installed onto the transmission. This video shows you how to add transmission fluid to your 2009 Dodge Ram 1500. I disconnected the battery to try a reset and that did not work either. Ensure that the fluid level is between the cold and hot marks, depending on the temperature.
After clean and dry put pan back on. It makes it a little easier to spread out and spread evenly. I have had many other issues with the truck as well that I will file separate complaints on each issue. It would sporadically shift into 4th gear, and stay there without any type of reset like before. This occurred while driving on the highway with three kids in the truck. I drove the vehicle to the dealership in 4th gear. Put it in reverse and idle for 3 minutes.
Besides the rear door locks being inoperable like before, the electrical issues started the following week tipm. Check the filter tube and O-ring, too. Then put it in drive 3 minutes, low 1 low 2 low 3 all for 3 minutes. Once it's laid on, we'll just spread it out. The manufacturer stated that there was a defect with the transmission and replaced the solenoids under their liability.
Re-manufactured transmissions also include a much better warranty than rebuilt transmissions; usually compared to 90 days for the rebuilt transmission. David answered 3 years ago I just changed my transmission fluid, the manual said 5. When I placed the truck into drive the truck immediately shifted in 4th gear. She stated that the steering wheel would vibrate violently and as a result caused damage to the front hub. I see we've gone a little too thick here.
It just happens to work out that we would have hit the same bolt we started on there. Upon arrival at the dealership a mechanic went with me on a test drive. Be sure that this feed tube has the beveled part seeded into the gasket with the O-ring inside of the transmission just between the valve body, and oil cooler filter. If you're in doing a transmission service, or your filter has become clogged up, this new part, from 1A Auto, is going to go in, direct fit, just like your original equipment and fix you up right. I use an sos pad and clean both sides for a nice seal. Until I drove it again the next day. You may have the toothpaste tube style gasket sealer.