my 2002 Dodge Stratus wont engage in any gear 3.0 V-6

Asked by Apr 26, 2015 at 09:14 AM about the 2002 Dodge Stratus R/T Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my Stratus suddenly while driving all lights on dash came on car stalled,( no noises at
all ,no clunks ,squeals bangs nothing) coasted to side of road. stopped put tranny in
park started car (everything normal) and put in drive and nothing at all
got out and checked fluid (ok) tried shifting again  nothing   no squeal no slipping  
nothing at all  like it was just in neutral
any thoughts as to where to start

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im having that exact same problem.....have you found anything out about it yet.....ive been told to check the transmisson line and also the fuses....

the tranny is junk there is a problem from manufacturing with a wave spring (snap ring) that was not made strong enough ,and when it breaks it gets sucked up into the pump and breaks the pump ,resulting in a complete rebuild with a new version of the wave spring that is stronger. unfortunately the manufacture will not recall or admit any wrong doing. If you google Mitsubishi transmission you will see all the problems

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