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2004 dodge dakota transmission problems.

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Old 03-03-2008, 12:25 AM
TheePlaymaker TheePlaymaker is offline
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Hey Moe can you get us the service manual you downloaded?
you can get the one from the site for a 2001 its the full factory service manual. some of the links dont work anymore but im pretty srue there is still one that works. i would just check around in search for like factory serviec manual or fsm in the second gens.
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Old 02-15-2010, 05:27 PM
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I noticed when cold and not driven in 1 1/2 days my tranny seemed to slip in reverse backing out of the drive way, then a bit in drive for 100' then acted normally and shifted properly. 2004, 4.5, 5 speed auto, 46,000 miles.

So do I take it to the gealer or is that maybe a normal thing when cold and not allowed to warm up? Thanks, Frank
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Old 02-16-2010, 12:39 AM
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Originally Posted by tspeed109 View Post
Hey Moe can you get us the service manual you downloaded?
I have it on CD and my desktop and can mail you a copy if you want. It's a pdf file, 77.8 MB and is too big to email. PM me your name and address and I will get it out as soon as I can.

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