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had same car with 2.7 engine engines from dodge had a lot of issues as for as the shifting issue it is most likely the govenor solenoids inside the transmission another common problem most shops that mess with transmissions charge anywhere from 300 to 500 to fix the shifting issue
you need to rent a coolant pressure tester from your local auto parts store and pressurize the system so thet you'll be able to see the leak without dealing with all the engine noise and fan running, note top off rad with distilled water, and make sure its completely full for best results.
I think your guess is right.
I have seen a DIY product in auto parts stores but a professional will do a thorough job with better equipment.
Check with a shop in your area that advertises automotive AC service.
check first if you are loosing water or cooling fluids on your radiator. There may be a leak or the radiator cap may no longer prevent the steam from escaping. check the radiator fans if they are turning. You can check the fan if it is working by removing the temp sensor at the lower radiator hose. The fan should turn on by then.
maybe the sensor that turns on the fans might of gone bad . . and turning on the ac when engine is gettin hot is not going to help instead turn on the heater to reduce the heat , also overheating causes hoses and gaskets to get soft and get destroyed