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I have a 98 durango 318 auto 4x4,not sure which trans it is but it slipped from frist to second on my way to work this morning but seemed ok on my way home.Changed the trans filter and fluid atf+4 about 3 years ago with little mileage in between. mileage on car is 105,200. Does it have bands to ajust?
 

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have a 98 durango 318 auto 4x4,not sure which trans it is

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hemi5.7 said:
I have a 98 durango 318 auto 4x4,not sure which trans it is but it slipped from frist to second on my way to work this morning but seemed ok on my way home.Changed the trans filter and fluid atf+4 about 3 years ago with little mileage in between. mileage on car is 105,200. Does it have bands to ajust?
If you post your VIN someone here will find out which xmission you have. Once you know that you can find out whether what's going on is the fore or aft differential, etc.
 

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Yes, there are bands that can be adjusted in the transmission, there may be differences in the procedure depending on which transmission is installed.
 

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It is the 46RE. Did it slip or shift late? The low-reverse band adjustment should be checked, but probably didn't cause this.
Any governor fault codes?
 

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I have been working late so couldnt get back,took it to a transmission shop they checked everything and couldnt find a thing wrong. I have been driving it the last couple of days been shifting perfect. calm before the storm maybe thanks for your advice think i should replace the filter and top it off?
 

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and adjust the bands..
 
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