my transmission doesn't shift right when it is cold, it just stays in 2nd gear. When it warms up after about 3 or 4 miles on the highway it shifts fine. Does any one know what is wrong? I own a 94' with a 318.
I had thought my owners manual states something along the lines of, that the inside temperature of the transmission has to be 2 degrees farenheit before it will shift into overdrive. How cold was it when this was happening?
Just to let everyone know I just had a tranny service and powerflush done and now everything is working fine. My local dodge dealer has a machine that they use to power flush the transmission. But it comes with a price, $300 for a service and flush but it worked, so I guess it is worth it. Thanks to all who replied