Dodge Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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does it have reverse?
is it a 4x4?
does park hold the truck?
this isnt good at all
from the way you explain it sounds as if your problem is an internal hard part failier.
i would think the rear planet has broken.
sorry,i dont see an easy fix for this one..the transmission will need to be rebuilt or replaced
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but it is a fact..
i would think you replaced the converter with the transmission also.if not,it is possible that the conver ter is bad,,but if you did replace the converter also,then this transmission is also bad
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If you swapped the transmission with a good one and it still won't move then you have a bad transfercase.. Being it's AWD then the clutches in the coupler are most likely bad.. Can you check the transfer case fluid and tell me what it looks like? Drain it and tell me if there is any metal..
Thanks for the reply!!
Yes I'm almost 100% sure you will find the transfercase if your issue...
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I will tell you that it's not a transmission issue and your wasting time testing the pressures.. Your issue is because it's AWD, you need to check the transfercase, front driveshaft, etc. You can remove the front prop shaft on a AWD and it will not move..
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