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Not shifting properly

Just all of a sudden The shifting is winding and not shifting smooth i had the tran fluid flushed but didn't help.

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  • michael_mcin Jan 29, 2009

    I herd the speed sensor goes a lot on them is it possible even though the check engine light is not on. It just started last night no other signs

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I bought my 2000 durango with the same problem it wouldnt shift into 2nd with out running the rpms to aroun 3000. I replaced my transmission sensor and the problem stopped and it started shifting as if it was new! Cheap part 25 bucks and dealer ship. Also very easy to change its a plastic sensor and its on the drivers side of the trany. un-plug and just un screw and screw other one on!!! very easy

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

  • jdct22 Jul 06, 2011

    Having same problem & replaced transmisssion speed sensor but did not solve my problem still looking for an answer....any help?????

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Those trans are known for a 2-3 shift valve going bad. remove the pan. and i think it 2 torx to remove the valve.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

  • robert kious Jan 29, 2009

    dis-connect the battery for ten min to reset the trans adaptives

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