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1994 Chrysler Concorde - In Limp Mode

This is the 3rd tranny I've had to put in this car. Only 80,000 miles on the car. Started "bucking" and intermittently going into limp mode. Took it to a national chain tranny repair shop (perhaps a mistake). They said they did a "scan" and got an error 47. Last night they said they were going to pressure test today, but when I called they said can't get it to go into limp mode again, so they can't complete the diagnosis. Am I being hoodwinked? Should I have taken it to a dealer? What will happen if I drive the car in limp mode? Is there anything I can do to correct the problem? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!

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I had the same problem with my 94 Concord. After reading the Factory repair manual I took the car to a close friends transmission shop. He up dated some of the parts with Heavy duty parts. Its been fine with 35,000 more miles on it.

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