Before you get any funny ideas, read this post.nop i was driving alone , i havent tow any thing. when i check the transmission fluid its smell like burn oil....im scared
Are you sure you're checking the transmission fluid? The Caliber doesn't come with a dipstick for the transmission, so how do you know it smells burnt?nop i was driving alone , i havent tow any thing. when i check the transmission fluid its smell like burn oil....im scared
hello I had problem its transmission, with these types IRS better to a little under filled than over filled. An over fill will cause bubbles in trans coolant line and will shut down in limp mode.have a mech that's able to work on these transmissions even if it takes 5 hrs like mine filling and unfilling to determine the proper levels. When it's dead on or just hair under trust me problem will go away. Since then car can go 90 plus mo more overheat. Best of luckHi, I own a Dodge Caliber SE 2007 with CVT(23K Miles) yesterday the transmission overheating light coming on. and when i acelerate the car dont run. I had to get the transmission cold to run again. Do anyone know why happen this ? Thaks
Where is the air intake battery cover locates thats a good idea. I really think i need. Tranamission fluidYou can, with the transmission at ambient temperature and engine not running, use the engine dipstick to check the fluid level. Just clean the dipstick well before using it. Remove the air intake/battery cover to access the CVT dipstick tube. Fluid level is good if it falls within the "safe zone" markings.