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The 2013 Dodge Dart has had a number of issues with its automatic transmission, including shifting from park to neutral. These problems began in July, when the car shifted into Park, but it would not shift out of it. In the third year, the car had 388 complaints to the NHTSA. The most common problems were in the powertrain, electrical systems, and engine. There were five recalls, and a couple of owners reported problems related to their shifter cable bushing.
The cause of these problems is still unknown, but there are some things to look for. One issue relates to the power brake booster. This component can become contaminated, causing the vehicle to stall and slow down. The problem affected almost 110,000 vehicles, and FCA has a solution for this problem. This part of the system is located in the transmission, so it should be replaced in the event of a malfunction.
When a person drives a car with a faulty transmission, it might be time to replace it. It could be as simple as replacing the fluid in the transmission, but you should know that some transmissions can cause problems, too. This problem can affect the entire car, but it is more common in smaller cars. This problem will only affect a few models. If yours is one of the older models, it's worth contacting a dealer and ensuring that it gets fixed. If you're having transmission issues, make sure to contact the manufacturer of your vehicle, as this may be the issue.
Some drivers have reported experiencing problems with their 2013 Dodge Dart 1.4 turbo automatic transmission. The issue may be caused by a malfunction in the clutch pedal or in the shifter cable. Some owners have also reported problems with the ignition switch or the brake booster, but the problem was not found until they took their car to a dealership. This is an ongoing issue and should be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further damage to your vehicle.
The most noticeable problem is a lack of transmission fluid. The car should be refilled with new transmission fluid. A leak in the fluid will cause your vehicle to stall. The transmission warning light can also be a sign of a faulty part. Some of the other symptoms of a 2013 Dodge Dart 1.4 turbo automatic transmission include gears catching and unusual smells. These symptoms are usually easy to diagnose, and will cost you time and money.
Some drivers have reported that their Dart's engine has problems with the engine and transmission. The NHTSA says the problem is in the engine and the vehicle speed control. There have been four crashes and four fires reported so far. The NHTSA has issued five recalls because of this problem. A third issue has to do with the transmission control module. When this happens, the vehicle will shut off.