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Something like that is sure wrong in #7. If you do a leak-down test, it should tell you if it is an intake or exhaust valve losing compression, or exactly what it is. A bent push rod would be a blessing. Then maybe you wouldn't have to take the head off for repairs. Roll a push rod over a glass surface to check for straightness.
Bring it back to the transmission shop and have them test drive it with the scanner to see if the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) needs to be replaced. A worn TPS will case the transmission to have shifting problems, the TPE sends voltage signals to the PCM and will control the transmission shift points and firmness. If the TPS has a flat spot and the voltage is down at the point where the transmission needs to shift, there may be a conflict of shift program and needs to be addressed. Good luck and keep me posted.
I had the same problem, my 99 ram 2500 wouldn't charge and I one day after spending 1500.00 on it at a dealer reached up behind the altinator wiggled the wire & plug, low and behold the thing **** into charging.. cost of new alt. wire plug 35.00....from dodge dealer..