First confirm the level of fluid before filling it. Keep in mind this is a trail rig rock buggy. The dealer may not have replaced this part. But figured it would work since same truck as mine 97 dodge ram 1500 4x4 5. The new system should hold around 15 quarts give or take a little.
Please help guys cause I do a lot of hauling and towing with my truck and I want a strong tranny Dan answered 3 years ago David123 to identify your tranny on the drivers side of tranny where the pan pan bolts to tranny, just above the pan on the edge is a long code stamped into side about 25 characters long. With 3 pin neutral safety switch. But that's not the case on your vehicle. Im looking for an A grade used one from a junk yard or individual. At around 60 some thousand miles it started shuttle shifting Check the forums here for those details and fixes. Otherwise you will ruin your Chrysler transmission to save a few dollars. Dexron is not a universal fluid.
Go through the list of help links below:-----its having complete step by step procedure. However, it's safe to say that there are traditional oil producers at North America that do make equivalent products. A real no, no, is to overfill a transmission. I know it will not be cheap to run any of the top shelf fluids. The difference between the two wheels drive and 4 wheel drive transmissions are the tail shafts. Try this out first, it is a cheap start, and most likely is the problem. Without reducing the merits of Royal Purple or Amsoil products in the least, and I have used Amsoil in many performance applications over the years, the key to automatic transmission survival is a quality fluid that will work with the friction materials in the clutch assemblies and also overcome the critical issue of foaming.
With part plastic and part metal transducer inside pan on the passenger side. I don't fear disassembly or assembly, just my lack of experience would not have me knowing all the little details and having the correct tools to measure line pressures etc. With An All Plastic Transducer Inside Pan on The Passenger Side. I had a shop convert something with the wiring harness inside the tranny and it worked great. Make sure that the splines on the shafts are the same.
Once the pump is stopped shutting engine off the fluid migrates back into the filter and fills it up. My truck is sitting around 80k miles with limited modifications for performance. Otherwise, the pan gasket will leak. When you go to check out the transmission take your transfer case to test fit. Some things you can do are:. If they are both the same. On most vehicles this is done with the engine idling and the transmission in Park.
New spark plugs and air filter. Just wasnt sure exactly what i was looking for. Sadly this society is more about throw it away after it breaks instead of preventing it from breaking. I would personally use a full synthetic transmission fluid as well. Zac answered 3 years ago The 97 transmission is a 8 pin 4 speed , the 95 tranny is a 3 pin 3 speed, I can't plug any thing up but I have it bolted in, no problem. I would periodically drop the pan, inspect the debris, clean the pan and change the filter. You won't be shy about towing or any 5.
I have always had transmissions flushed and changed out and always demanded a new filter be installed. Moses As always thanks for the detailed reply. A cork gasket often can benefit from a thin layer of gasket sealer or adhesive, especially to keep it in place while you're trying to start those first few bolts. Moving the gear selector thorough each gear position prior to checking the level will help assure an accurate reading. I will take plenty of pictures of the transmission upgrade to share with you guys later.
If they balk, then walk. On that note, I stumbled onto such a mate-up. Now since this transmission is new and literally sitting on my shop floor now with zero miles, I wanted to start its life off with some quality fluids. Stay 60 mph and bel … ow. If the transmission has a transfer case installed then you will need to test fit your drive shafts to the transfer case.
If the transmission fluid level on your Ram 2500 is low, you need to add fluid through the dipstick tube. I notice that the Temp gauge was at 205 degrees and steady. I mean will the tranny from a 2500 fit or is there only one type I am looking for? Those problems were fixed then but they have returned again recently with a twist. We're here to help with whateveve questions or concerns. I ended up replacing shift rod.