I have a Dodge Ram 1500 that won't shift out of neutral. Regardless
of where the shifter is it just sits there and revs up. I assume it's
stuck in neutral because I'm able to tow is on all four wheels.
Is this a common problem with Dodges? If so, do you have any ideas of
what it might be. I know at this point it could be a number of
things, but I'm hoping one of you know enough about Dodge's history
and have an idea of what it could be.
I'll have more information to share tomorrow to assist us in the
diagnosis. I'm just hoping it's not a completely shot tranny. It was
not a slow degradation of the tranny, it just happened immediately.
If anyone has any insight, I'd love to hear it. I'll post more info
Thanks for your help,
Not stuck in neutral. A condition known as No Drive or Reverse. (Vehicle
will not move)
Fluid level low
Gearshift Linkage/Cable Loose/Misadjusted
U-Joint/Axle/Transfer cae broken
Valve Body Malfunction
Oil pump damage
Valve body malfunctioned
Oil pump damaged
Transmission Internal componet damaged
Park Sprag not releasing - Checl stall speed, worn/damaged/Stuck
Torque Converter Damage
Broken flexplate? Broken input shaft? Broken output shaft? No fluid?
Problem actually in transfer case?
Lots of things... start with the simple stuff, (check T-case, check fluid,
pull inspection cover and check flexplate), then report back.
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