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2007 charger r/t 5.7 engine light popped on and lost transmission for like 15-20 seconds

I was driving down the road at 35mph my engine light popped on and i lost my transmission for 15-20 secs I feathered the throttle to see if it was slipping or completely out and the it kicked back in. On the way home I had my cruise set at 60 and out of the blue it went full throttle. Crazy stuff any ideas?

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Get this in to the dealer, these transmissions they use behind the hemi are really junk, and they cost $4000.00 to overhaul, nip it in the bud before it self destructs the trans.

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