Dodge RAM Van Transmission Problems?


The most type of transmission used in Dodge Van is automatic transmission. However, the type of transmission is usually based on the model number of the van since this classifies it using horsepower capacity.
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In my 1995 it is a hydrolic one. I believe the newer years after that have an electric one.
1. Load 20 quarts of Mopar automatic transmission fluid (ATF) into a transmission flush machine per the machine's specific operator's manual. 2. Place a drain pan under the transmission
3, one at the bellhousing approx 11:00 syanding in front of the truck; second midway on driver side near shift linkage, third toward the rear near the tailshaft. If you have a 4x4
The automatic transmission holds about five quarts of fluid if your changing the filter. If it is a freshly installed unit, it will take about ten quarts.
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