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O3 dodge 2500d not shfting to overdrive

My 03 ram not shifting to overdrive

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All dodge rams, 94 up have a sencer on the intake onh the cummins motors, which I belive is called throttle position sencer, this will make trans jump shift around at different speeds, same as the speed sencer will on back of trans .

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Had the same problem except cruse control wouldn't work either. after checking all the relays and fuses the problem turned out to be moisture in the ECM plugs.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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