Hello. My 2007 Aspen, 4.7 V8 downshifts hard coming to a stop. I can Keep a little throttle on it, about 1,000 rpm and doesn't do it. It pretty much does it all the time. Harder when traveling at higher speeds then coming to a stop. Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated. It has 57,00 miles on it.
Downshifting coming to a stop on 2007 Chrysler Aspen
by cklewis in The Villages, FL on May 02, 2011
ANSWER by Tyreguy , May 03, 2011
Your best bet will be to seek a transmission specialist for a test drive and some diagnostic work.
ANSWER by Johnny Mopar , May 03, 2011
Visit your local dealership as they are best equipped to properly diagnosis your vehicle. The engine Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and Transmission Control Module (TCM) work hand in hand and you may have internal Transmission issues as well as electrical.