The vehicle was taken to dealer to be inspected. Has been happening for several months. In that situation, deep snow in the ditch plus the plow berm, I would have had to accelerate to get through it and keep the pickup from going side ways and possibly rolling. If it's determined that you need a rebuild or a replacement, and you have low mileage less than 100,000 mi. The vehicle was parked on an incline and the key was removed from the ignition. The first time I was told that since there was no code, that it was fine. Chrysler will notify owners, and dealers will replace the front passenger air bag inflator, free of charge.
I was going 55 to 60 mph. My truck either hangs in 1st gear a little longer than normal or it feels when I start out I have no 1st gear and it takes a lot to get it moving. The pickup has an automatic transmission. The initial shift engagement may feel like a delay or slip when a transmission gear reverse or drive is first selected after engine start. I have taken it to the shop three times. Chrysler's number for this recall is R25. Complaint Number: 10176634 Incident Date: September 15, 2005 Date Added to File: December 20, 2006 Description of the Complaint: Since day one of purchasing the vehicle in sept.
Had no plans to change this design. The first four 4 digits of the transmission identification number are the transmission build date, in Julian date format. The contact felt this recall did not address the issue, a possibility of rollback while in park without warning. A police report was taken, but no speed was determined. The vehicle was inspected by the dealer who was unable to determine what caused the vehicle to roll backwards. The current mileage was 96,000 and failure mileage was 30,000. If you have any questions please call.
The contact is aware that the side mirror and window can enable the driver to see around the fifth wheel, but feels the driver should have the option of being able to open the door if needed without the horn sounding and the headlights flashing. These inflators may rupture due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to absolute humidity and temperature cycling. As I said this is intermitten and sometime might not do it for 2-3 days then will flare up maybe once or twice during a days, then again not for a couple of days. The problem started at 20,000 miles. This recall superseded the passenger air bag portion of recall 14V-354. However, the vehicle began to roll forward and crashed into a tree. The cabin is a bit noisy, and access is very difficult.
The engine has never done this. I was told that the tranny had a problem with the filter allowing the torque converter to back bleed and that they put in a filter with a check valve to fix the problem. The dealership informed the contact that the audible portion of the recall was not part of the kit for this vehicle. Julian date 1015 April 11, 2005 to Julian date 2345 August 22, 2005. Install the stud end without the threads into the cooler return filter and tighten the stud-to-filter connection to 18. I have taken it to the shop three times.
Complaint Number: 10147416 Incident Date: January 10, 2006 Date Added to File: January 11, 2006 Description of the Complaint: During cold weather, you can put the vehicle in reverse and it will not move at all, to get it to move you have to put the vehicle back in park and then in reverse and sort of wiggle the shifting lever. If I stop the vehicle, turn off the engine and sit for 30 seconds or so then restart, the vehicle will shift fine. The engine idling was harsh when moving the shift into reverse. Take it to your Dodge dealer or to a mechanic you trust. Chrysler will notify the affected Chrysler and Dodge owners and Mitsubishi will notify the affected Raider owners. We have changed the filter and fluids.
No repairs, but has been to dealer twice. The vehicle's parking brake as well as the emergency brake has to be engaged before the reverse indicator on the shift lever will blink. So far the top of the truck, Hood, right fender and front grill have been paint my Cost. The vehicle was driven for a short amount of time before the problem occurred a second time. Chrysler's number for this recall is S43. I now have more power, but I am still getting some hard shifting when I slow down and then speed up.
He drove the vehicle and the same thing happened, it popped out of gear. Thoroughly examine the filter for anythi … ng strange, metal filings, plastic pieces, etc. The manufacturer was contacted, but could not determine the problem. The service dealer was unable to correct the problem. Julian date 0425 February 11, 2005 to Julian date 0455 February 15, 2005. In that situation, deep snow in the ditch plus the plow berm, I would have had to accelerate to get through it and keep the pickup from going side ways and possibly rolling.