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the transmission control module is the problem , it may be faulty wiring or need replacing , more diagnosis would be needed to be sure which is the cause , as you say happens only when cold i'd go for a new TCM, but its your call
the 300 could have been doing 55 -a t-bone to the rear axle will rip it apart and a p/u rears try to slid sideways on dry pavement don tak much to make it slide or spin sideways-and a 300 nose is all plastic and their computers are in engine bay cost more to repair so total is insurance choice of action-to determine if the speed is a factor u will need a lawer who deal with accidents one is that they usually have a person or a retired police office who are trained in accident reconstuction and they can request data from black box in other vehicle-but if ur the causing factor [improper turn -improper lane chnge-failed to yield right of way etc...]most lawyers wont take case
It sounds like the module is in limp mode. The speed sensor is most likely the cause, but it can be some other things as well. A scan will give a code stating the problem area.
The speed sensors are on the side of the trasmission that faces the front of the vehicle. There are 2 of them, and they are the same sensor. One is an input speed sensor located closest to the engine, the other is the output speed sensor.
i belive theres two ,one on each wheel in the rear, you unplug connector, then remove the bolt holding sensor to backing plate and then remove, two wheel drive vans you need too replace the wheel bearing asm,heres two pictures too show you and then you see which type you have,one is the sensor the wire type the other is the bearing asm, hope this helps,