I've just recently completed a remanufactured engine install and it's running good. While I had the engine out I went ahead and bought a euro torque converter and installed it. I also changed both transmission filters and installed about 2.5 gallons of new Mopar ATF+4 fliud. The transmission ran normal for the first several hundred miles but now, once it is warmed up to normal operating temperature it "shutters", for lack of a better description, when I come to a stop.
Any ideas what might cause this?
I am planning to get the GDE engine and transmission tunes in the very near future which may resolve the problem but I thought I'd post it and see if you guys have any insight.
FYI - other MODs/stuff that I have done are: (not that they have any effect on the transmission issue)
* installed a blank steel plate on the egr.
* installed the Provent elephant hose MOD.
* installed the fixed flex fan.
* installed a fuel lift pump.
* have Samco turbo hoses.
* tore down and cleaned the turbo.
for the transmission issue I bet if you check level properly when it is at normal operating temperature you will see is low. and one sugestion, remove the plate from the egr and run the orm mod. why, Check your codes and you will see a p0299 (low boost) caused by an increase FCV closure due to the lack of EGR circulation. actually just run the orm, you dont even have to take the plate if you want to. (I did though)