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Lost overdrive had coded said the govener pressure is more than 3 psi at 0 mph

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It is inside the transmission attached to the hydraulic control valve body.

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SOURCE: 2002 neon trans pressure swithc code P08884

you might just need a new sensor im not sure of the exact location of it though but i do know on most dodge vehicles and definatly neons that whenever a trans code is comming up the car will go into a "saftey mode'' where the car wont get full power, this is to basically baby the engine and trans untill you get it to a mechanic. I would recomend when taking it to the dealer to have it looked at put the car in third gear instead of drive and take it easy on the gas

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SOURCE: p1689

Get a can of CRC Mass Air Flow sensor or Electronic Parts cleaner.

Disconnect the connector for the Injector Pump and clean out the contacts.

Use a small needle nose to PUSH the contacts into the connector.

Use the reset of the can to clean out other electrical connector.

Use OBDII scanner or disconnect negative battery cable to reset code.


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