You should have a mechanic or do it yourself, drop the transmission pan, do a fluid and filter change, mine went into limp mode at 70k, I did the fluid/filter change now have 136k on vehicle.Just make sure you get the transmission at full mark on fluid. You can use your motor oil dipstick to check trans fluid with, use a file to notch fluid level on dipstick. After the fluid change, remove both battery cables, touch together, this lets the computer reset after a few miles of driving. Hope it works for you as it did for me.So, I have a 15 T&C, 78xxx miles, no issues up until today. Wife driving, moan from drivers side of engine bay. Does even have enough power to get up the hill she was on. Pull over, calls me, I limp to our dealer which is literally 1/4 mile away. Dealer calls back tonight, says it needs a new transmission to the tune of $7,200.
First, how does a transmission implode literally in seconds with no signs? Also, being that this model year had multiple vehicles recalled with transmission pump failures, how can FCA say that the others not in the recall that are also failing are not the same issue? I am disgusted and will NEVER buy another FCA vehicle.
And yes, I called Chrysler Customer Care who basically said too bad, so sad, not our problem.