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3000 rpms at 65 mph take foot of accelerator drops to 1000rpms

Navajo has been great until now. i was driving on freeway when suddenly a loud pop, or bang sound startled me. now navajo performanc is lackluster as described. what has happened? is the fix a major undertaking? what is a fair cost to repair?

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  • michaelgalas Jan 24, 2009

    no noises everything norm 0-55mph. however at that point when it normally would shift to the next gear overdrive it won't. I post another issue don't know if the issues are related? knockin noise from front drivers side when negotiating bumps. i looked underneath and donut sized bushing is gone. thie problem has not recieved attention for years now.

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I need to know exactly what it is doing. Is the Motor Missing or Making Noises? Is the Transmission working good? Is the Rear end making any Noises? ETC.........

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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    Travis Humphries Jan 24, 2009

    It is really unusual for Just the O/D to stop working. I would have a Mechanic Run a Complete Diagnostics on it to find the actual Problem. It is really hard to do if I am not Right there to check the Tranny. I answered the Other one also. If it has not Effected anything then let it Ride But, If you are gonna have it in the Shop anyway, I would get it fixed too as long as you have the $$$$ For it.

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