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It shifts good through all speeds HARD and when down shifting the engine binds up and downshifts HARD. Coming to a stop sometimes it will kill the engine as if you forgot to push the clutch in on a manual trans. But it starts up fine and drives ok again except for the hard shifts.
It was low in oil but it was not out
it also runs around 2000rpms and no higher
I had the oil pressure switch replaced including an oil change. The check engine light is still on. My charger is a 2006 with hemi, its reached 200,000 miles, has my charger ran its course or can this problem be fixed. Its runs very well and best of all paid off.
I tested the two pink 30 amp fuses per the owners manual, and they are fine. The blower motor worked fine, when we parked the car, and in the morning it did not work. HELP!
The check engine light is not coming on. It has 106,000 miles on it. I just had the fluids and spark plugs changed about a month ago. First time this has happened.
I would want to now what to do
At first I thought it might be the engine but when I put the car into drive and hit the accelerator the car goes forward to about 10 mph and pops out of gear, I then put it in neutral and then back in drive and the car does the samething. All of this happened after I changed the oil sensor, oil sensor, alternator, belt and belt tensioner, all 16 spark plugs and all 8 coils as well as an oil and oil filter change. The symptoms I described started happening after I change the oil sensor. Also the RPM's went way to high while in drive before shifting back to nurtral.
It started and all, can't move out of gear to reverse etc
was replacing damper coupler and rear drive shaft came out how to check to make sure its in correct phase
License plate light was out. I removed the plastic light cover but the wire and bulb were not attached to the plastic cover as shown in the manual. I am assuming the light bulb and wires have fallen into the bumper, however, I cannot find an entry area to retrieve the wiring from the bumper, in order to replace the bulb into the plastic cover. Any ideas?