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Old 05-15-2011, 12:19 AM
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Re: Help please - WK 5.7 Hemi stalling

soo was the tranny fluid the result of the stalling?

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Re: Help please - WK 5.7 Hemi stalling

Ya know i've been having a bit of idle dipping pretty low when I come to a stop. No stalling, but it does dip pretty low. With all my tranny issues over the years, i'll definitely be checking the fluid today. Good thread!

I plan on getting new plugs in a couple weeks during the cam install, sounds like a good time to swap out the primary O2's as well. Im at 80k+ and im sure they're still the original sensors so it's probably about time. Jeepgcoman, have you installed those NTK's yet?
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Re: Help please - WK 5.7 Hemi stalling

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soo was the tranny fluid the result of the stalling?
I can confirm after a couple of months - topping up the traansmission fluid has resolved the problem.

I have now got another issue jus occurred this weekend with the Crankshaft Positioning Sensor. I am going to replace it - does anyone know the OEM part number and also where it is located (prefferably with a picture)

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Re: Help please - WK 5.7 Hemi stalling

This diagram is a little old (from a 2005) but I believe the part number and location is the same on later models.
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Re: Help please - WK 5.7 Hemi stalling

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You might want to check the transmission fluid.If its slightly low,the torque converter clutch stays applied when you come to a stop.Then it shudders and or stalls.Its usually worse when cold,so from your description,thats what it sounds like.
This was my issue also 👍
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