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Hello Dusty: Read the threads. Have No reverse. Asking for advice for right steps to take. I ... Just bought Dak ‘01 3.9 auto with 119k. Tran oil not pink pink, but not brn brn either. No stink, no burn. Since the oil was dirty, I imagine there’s been deferred maint
Zero on code. Shifter Recall not done yet. I parked, came back, on reverse a rattle/grinding noise for a few seconds and I put it in park to make it go away. That’s all the noise I heard. Later that night, drove home. Rechecked code: Zero. Tried reverse. Now a whirring noise. Has very slight feel of engagement. There’s a little trouble getting it into the Park from Reverse so that the dash light shows park, but it will get there. Will warm engine and check tranny level next. Will check lines. (Hav to buy book). I called the Richmond Dodge Service, but it’s been 3 hours, and they still haven’t called back. So
next step, somehow get the right tranny fluid, replenish or replace. And Next step? Get out and rock the car from side to side a bit? Man! Or
Ah. Sounds like the shift cable is binding (46RE) or you have a bad Transmission Range Sensor (mounted on the side of the transmission).
*Gear selector out of adjustment
* Rear band loose (adjustment)
* Throttlebody malfunction (dirty or worn)
* Broken or severely worn rear band
*Defective or inoperative front clutch
*Overdrive thrust bearing failure