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got a tranny problem on a neon

Discussion in 'General Automotive' started by packfan88, Feb 25, 2013.

  1. packfan88

    packfan88 [OP] Very Nice !

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    i got a dodge neon from someone who is moving to the west coast. if i cant fix it for a reasonable price ill just scrap it. it only cost me 300 bucks so wtf, why not. worse case i can demolishon derby it or take it off road.

    i know nothing of the car other than a 2 min test drive and what ive been told. i'll deal with it on saturday.


    so its a 2002 dodge neon.
    wont shift out of first.

    looking that up online it appears to be a shift solenoid and/or speed sensors (in and out).


    so ive watcched videos on how to r/r those parts. seems straight foward enough.

    my question is if i go thru this trouble, should I also flush the tranny fluid and/ change the filter?

    it has 59xxx miles on it.
     
  2. steve o 77

    steve o 77 braaap

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    no don't flush it, it will break again soon enough (it's a neon) so just get it working and beat on it till it dies.

    or sell it.
     
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