Scotty's A1 Transmission Service Center

Ram 1500 Truck transmission repair

What's wrong with my Ram 1500 Truck transmission?

Ram trucks have been around 2009, when Dodge split its truck line off into being its own division. They have a reputation for being rugged durable and versatile. Many homeowners and businesses rely on them daily to get the job done.

Some Ram 1500 trucks have been known to develop significant problems with their transmissions:

Can shift into gear without pressing brake pedal.

Truck may roll away while parked and the engine is off.

Unable to shift into park.

The five- and six-speed automatic transmissions found in 2009 Dodge Ram and 2010 through 2017 Ram models 1500, 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500 are related to common complaints and recalls.

In some Dodge Ram transmissions, the brake transmission shift interlock pin can sometimes get stuck in the open position. This allowes the truck to be put into gear or slip into gear without depressing the brake pedal.

That caused some trucks to jump out of Park and into Reverse or Drive and rolling away while the truck is parked and the engine is off. In other model years, the pin might get stuck closed and prevented the truck from being shifted out of gear at all.

If you live in Sacramento and are having problems with your Ram 1500, bring it into our shop and let us determine exactly what's going on.

2845 Fulton Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821

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