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Old 04-01-2013, 10:38 PM
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2013 hemi 4x4 6spd, 4700miles

I am noticing something odd and wonder if your trucks are the same?

Once I am driving if I am at a stop light with my foot on the brake if I put the console shifter to neutral, the truck hops back a bit.

Does this also happen to ya'all? My last truck never did this? Just curious if its normal the way the torque converter is set.
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im having some issues with rough lower end shifts, im going to call the dealership tommorow and see if there is something they can do with the computer
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let me know what they say I noticed the same thing yesterday during a traffic jam... Thats what made me shift to neutral from a sea stop and noticed the above...
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i cant see it because i dont have an account but there is a tsb on the 2012 ram A/T for a noise heard when shifting from drive into neutral
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2013 hemi 4x4 6spd, 4700miles

I am noticing something odd and wonder if your trucks are the same?

Once I am driving if I am at a stop light with my foot on the brake if I put the console shifter to neutral, the truck hops back a bit.

Does this also happen to ya'all? My last truck never did this? Just curious if its normal the way the torque converter is set.
Try it with the Hill assist off, it might be that when you stop and have your foot on the break it has the hill assist enabled, when shifting it down to neutral it disengages the hill assist. Something to try
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Try it with the Hill assist off, it might be that when you stop and have your foot on the break it has the hill assist enabled, when shifting it down to neutral it disengages the hill assist. Something to try
tried that today, and no luck... do your trucks do the same?
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