Transmission mess up?

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Asked by Sep 06, 2009 at 05:37 AM about the Dodge Durango

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

You notice how in the Durango you dont have to put te brakes on for you to change gears? Well, I think my transmission went.. I can change the gears and everything only the damn thing won't move! Its like it just stays in neutral.. so I'm hopig I don't need a new transmission.. I'm hoping its just a sensor or something.. has anyone ever had that happen?

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sry sounds like its fubar! i can fix it for you for fairly cheap (as apposed to paying a tranny shop to do it). i just rebuilt 2 of them, it happens!

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The only issue I have as of yet is that when I start it up cold in the morning, it takes days for it to go into drive......Frustrating.

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Try checking your fluid..and b4 u pay for big tranny bill make sure your filter is good..might be as simple as in need of fluid change and filter change..be carefull shops wont tell u that they will say u will need a new tranny

Randy--What the heck is FUBAR? on this post..

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