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Old 01-27-2014, 09:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Transmission vibration in Park and Reverse+No Shift 1-2

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I have a 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 with the 24 valve Cummins and a 47RE automatic 4x4 Trans. I have a vibration/Shake when the truck is in park or reverse, but when shifted into neutral or drive, the shake goes away. Are there any possible explanations for this. I have ruled out the engine, It seems to idle and rev up just fine, no misses, no lower end noise, and nothing except for the standard cummins knock. Haven't driven it since the shake occurred, didn't feel like chancing it and getting stranded. I was wondering if it could be related at all to another issue I currently have. A no shift condition between 1-2, suspected to be caused by a faulty sensor, as there is no evidence of burned/foul smelling transmission fluid on the dipstick. No metallic shimmer either. I've already adjusted the kickdown band, maybe too much? I followed the procedure on Mitchell ProDemand, as that's what the shop I was working at at the time uses. I was going to try draining and refilling the trans, replacing the filter, Gov. Pressure Solenoid, TCC Solenoid, and adding the lucas additive for the no shift problem, maybe I should consider adjusting the Rear band as well when I've got the pan off? If anyone has any information on this issue, please give as much feedback as you can. It would be greatly appreciated
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