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After you drain it its real clean in there everything is easily located. if you have ne problems it just bolts right back up with no problems. once your in there you will be able to tell immediately if it a problem with the shifter Mechanism. when you shift it around under there make sure everything is set back how it was or it want tow and your shiftr can get stuck.
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look under the hood to check and make sure there is two steel wire cables connected to the throttle body. i had the same problem on my 02 dodge ram, turns out that just one of the cables came loose
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
have you dropped the pan to see whats the bands are set at, any debris in pan bottom, whats your governor pressure, if bands are ok, but gov pressures are not relative to speed 1 psi per mph up to 95-127psi, port is on pass side of case rear top right, scan tool would be very helpful, your must have mil light on for this problem, gov dtc's, replace gov transducer as gov solniod as a pair, no exceptions, also are there any 02 sensor dtc's, shorted to voltage, this wil make pcm do stupid things to trans shift, affecting gov signals. GOOD LUCK RDJRP
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
good day, you may try replacing your automatic transmission fluid, a good run will be noticeable, hope this helps, have a nice day
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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