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Old 05-22-2012, 12:04 PM
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Default Rookie troubleshooting question

Can a Dodge automatic transmission stall out the engine for any reason when in neutral?
trying to determine the source of my stalling issue.
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I have seen low transmission fluid when cold stalling the engine. It would be at just the right level that the customer would have a complain of engine stalling when cold but good when warm. We found that the low transmission fluid when cold was stalling the engine, once warm and the fluid had expanded it was enough to cause the stalling issue to go away.

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