I have a Dodge 2011 Ram truck and yesterday while driving it slipped into what I think is 4th gear overdrive because there is a 4 on the dash light indicator cab I get it out of overdrive? How?

Asked by Nov 23, 2014 at 08:48 AM about the Dodge Ram

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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First off you need to find out which transmission you have. In 2011 Dodge offered 1) 4 speed, 1) 5 speed and 3) 6 speed automatic transmissions. Does your RAM have a manual shift option(autostick)? Where you can shift it like a manual transmission without the clutch pedal. If in doubt it should still be under warranty. How many miles on it?

It is a 5 speed auto transmission. It has 84000 miles on it

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Did you check the transmission fluid level? Does it have the autostick option? Did you buy it new? I believe it's got a huge drivetrain warranty on it.

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