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Transmision sliping Dodge Caravan 1998 2.4L 4cyl 250K Miles. transmission was serviced because it was "clonking", now it does run intermittent on first shift and slippage. Mechanic says I must to replace 4 sensors than gos on it. what do you suggest? I would Appreciate any help about.

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It may not be all your transmission it may be your rear end going out with that many miles alot of stuff on it will be needing a checkup.

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Did you use a mopar sensor.I have fixed this problem many times and not had much luck with the aftermarket sensors.Just a thought.Good Luck!!!

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That should still be a dealer warranty item, is it not? Have you checked with dealer for any TSB's ( technical service bulletins) or recalls on that? If not, I would just in case it's a free fix, or they could at least point you in right direction. My guess is they have had this problem with others the same.

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SOURCE: what cause a transmission lever not to shift to L on 98 caravan?

sounds like linkage is out of ajustment, or it got hooked back up wrong, or it got bent when the old one was taken out, or new one was put in, or new trans. is for a differant model like car or truck ect.

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TCC(Torque Convertor Control(lockup)) sensor.Or another transmission control sensor. Bad sensor will cause erratic shifting. If your Check Engine light is on a code should show. Don't hesitate in getting a 2nd opinion. Try having Autoz... or another parts place hook it up. Add some Trans-x or other trusted additive to trans. fluid. Servos could be gummed up. WARNING: If you drive too long/many miles like that something really expensive will break.

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SOURCE: my 2001 dodge caravan 3.3 is shifting from 3 to 2 but somtimes gos into limp mode even know i replaced the shift selinode twice and replace both speed sensors and transmission fluid filter please help

Dodge has allways had problems with there transmissions in the older mint vans ,With them (Slipping) trans mission will have to be rebuilt,

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