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Old 03-01-2006, 02:17 PM   #11
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Haha VERY common. The rapid clicking you hear when the chrysler 4-speed autos shift is the pressure solenoids adjusting pressure inside the valve body. Since they came out in 1992 they all make that noise, regardless of engine or vehicle application. Normal operation.
That is correct! A lot of peopel come in here to the dealership and wonder what it is. A lot of the newer Chrysler products no longer do that. Kind of a funky noise though, I liked it on my Concorde.
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The only jeeps that use the asin warner transmission were the early 90'* GC'* with the 4.0 straight six and the cherokee'* with the straight 6. After like... '92 i think they ALL used the chrysler 42RE 4-speed transmission. However, i do NOT hear these transmissions making the solenoid noise. The only ones i hear making the noise are the FWD 4-speed'*, like the 41/42TE. Also knows as the A608.
all regular cherokees with the straight six used the asin warner trans, they never got a chrysler one. thank god
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The only jeeps that use the asin warner transmission were the early 90'* GC'* with the 4.0 straight six and the cherokee'* with the straight 6. After like... '92 i think they ALL used the chrysler 42RE 4-speed transmission. However, i do NOT hear these transmissions making the solenoid noise. The only ones i hear making the noise are the FWD 4-speed'*, like the 41/42TE. Also knows as the A608.
all regular cherokees with the straight six used the asin warner trans, they never got a chrysler one. thank god
I stand corrected, not a first. Lol.
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That is the TRANSMISSION. ALL FWD Chrysler trannies do that when they downshift. All my old Chryslers that i've owned did this. So, when on the road I listen for it and EVERYONE does it. Even fairly new Chryslers make that sound. Live with it or get rid of it. There is no cure, they are junk no matter what.
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I am sorry, but I still don't understand where people get that Chrysler trannies are junk. Only junk ones that I know of are pre 98. Anything newer is much much better build quality. I have yet to see hardly any 00+ Chrysler trannies have problems, and if they do, its a little $30 sensor. Some newer ones do make the noise. My Grandpas new 05 Ram however does not, but my uncles 02' Ram does. Wierd. I still would rather have my 99' Concorde any day over any Bonneville. Don't get me wrong, I love the Bonneville, but the build quality of this vehicle is something to question, Nickel and Diming me left and right. And I don't know of many Jeeps GC'* that make that noise either, only 1999'* and newer that have the 4.7L with the 5-speed.
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I have yet to see hardly any 00+ Chrysler trannies have problems, and if they do, its a little $30 sensor.
Yea, but they all still make that damn noise. If I had the window open it would drive me nuts at every intersection. As far as build quality is conserned my car has been the best. I do regret not having a boost gauge though. :(
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Maybe I just bought a lemon! O well, going bye bye next summer for one of these!

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I am sorry, but I still don't understand where people get that Chrysler trannies are junk. Only junk ones that I know of are pre 98. Anything newer is much much better build quality. I have yet to see hardly any 00+ Chrysler trannies have problems, and if they do, its a little $30 sensor. Some newer ones do make the noise. My Grandpas new 05 Ram however does not, but my uncles 02' Ram does. Wierd. I still would rather have my 99' Concorde any day over any Bonneville. Don't get me wrong, I love the Bonneville, but the build quality of this vehicle is something to question, Nickel and Diming me left and right. And I don't know of many Jeeps GC'* that make that noise either, only 1999'* and newer that have the 4.7L with the 5-speed.
I think its from years of Chrysler building terrible trannies. Its a hard thing to get out of peoples heads. Same goes with there electrical, they may be good now but ask anyone about a Chrysler and electrical problems come to mind.

The guy I work with has had many Chryslers over the years and his latest has been a 02 Caravan, after all the quality issues, electrical problems, and trans hiccups he said he would never buy another Chrysler and he was a diehard Mopar guy. Just some food for thought.
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