Re: When I drive my Chrysler Town & Country into the...
Check for code s
cycle key on off on off on
read codes in the odometer area
check tranny fluid
most common input and out put sensors
and in some cases the solenoid pack on the side of the tranny
codes will help in determining what is going on
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You'll want to doublecheck & make sure the Overdrive is turned on. That's a high rpm for 55, even high I believe for Interstate cruising at 65-70.
Possibly get back to the dealer immediately if it's not the Overdrive switch.
There are issues with some models that concern the RPM staying around 4,000 even at idle & under the right circumstances, a transmission won't shift as it should based upon engine & driving signals that the Trans computer uses to determine when to shift.
Check your fluid first & remember, Overdrive doesn't work until the fluid reaches a certain temperature.