Having problems with your 1990 Dodge W250 ?

Hey guys: My 91 MPV sat for 6 weeks recently...Before I parked it, it was running fine...Yesterday when I put it back on the road the tranny was making a whirring sound but was working fine....I drove for around most of the day with no problems....Today I headed to the market and it was still making the wirring sounddd. When I was returning from the market the tranny started to slip....It got progressivly worse for about 5 miles then stopped working completely about a block from my house....No r

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-07-2019

Answers :

Hopefully your tranny fluid level is too low...check it with engine running. If low...fill to proper level with engine still running. CAUTION: DO NOT OVER FILL!
Hello. Sorry to hear you are having this trouble. From what I hear it sounds like your automatic transaxle may be low on fluid, or the fluid has been getting too old and overheated (as any will over time). Please look for signs of any tranny fluid leaks on the ground and under the van. If it does you will need to fix the leak, and/or keep up with fluid loss all the time until you do.
\015\012Please check your automatic transaxle (tranny) fluid level with the dipstick under the hood. See if the fluid looks pink and clean. If the fluid or dipstick is dark or brown looking at all, it needs replaced. Get the fluid professionally flushed and changed. This step alone may fix your van as long as the fluid is not leaking, and too much old fluid use (hopefully) has not already damaged the tranny.
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