Issue with 94 transmission

Asked by Dec 19, 2011 at 10:12 PM about the 1994 Chrysler Le Baron GTC Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The tranny will go in first gear until ready to shift down. Then it pops out of gear and won't
move until you turn the car off and start it back up again. Also, there is no reverse gear at
all. It was having an issue with not shifting down until you turned the car off and then back
on, but now this. It sounds more like a computer issue than a bad transmission. Any
thoughts/guesstimates on cost?

3 Answers

sounds like the release bearing is has exploded.doubt a computer problem.

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Can't answer from experience as my GTC is a manual, not an auto. However, on a Volvo I used to own it was a solenoid failure caused something similar. Cost me £175 to have it changed in the shop. Certainly wasn't a computer fault.

Hi, i am having the same problems with my gtc ,can i know how did you fix it?

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