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The governor solenoid is the first thing I would replace. You have to remove the pan. Messy job. Of course, you know that, you replaced the filter. On the passenger side. Get the right solenoid as it holds the temperature sensor also. Wrong on and you will have other problems.
several things, the rear main seal is accessable by removing the transmission. if this vehicle is standard transmission, then would recomend new clutch at this time given the amount of labor involved. if automatic, remove drive shafts, transfer case, transmission, and flexplate ....replace rear main. approx 5 hrs.
Check your fluid level ensuring it is full of fluid. If the level is right, what color is the fluid? Bright red is good. Darker red to real dark is not good. If fluid is dirty, you will need to pull the pan, draining the fluid. While drining the fluid from the pan, check for metal shavings and residue. If there is not a lot of residue in the pan or around the magnet, pull the filter. Make sure you pull the o ring out of the tube where the filter plugs into the valve body (A new one comes with the new filter).
Replace the filter with a new one, put gasket on pan, mount it all back together, and refill with fluid.
Aluminum metal shavings are very normal for this transmission if the pan has never been off.What do you mean by "clutch band".This unit has 4 sets of clutches 2 bands and 2 rollers clutches.I would suspect a bad govenor pressure sensor and or solenoid by the symptoms you describe.With a scan tool you can look at govenor pressure(actual)and desired govenor pressure.Govenor pressure should be at 0 sitting still and should increase with road speed( example 22 mph=22psi). Let me know if I can help.
1999 dodge up to 02 can shuttle shift in and out of lockup, most people think it is overdrive but it is lockup. It is caused by tps voltage jumping around. You'll find you will not see it on a scan tool. The dealer has a computer reflash, it doesn't fix the tps voltage bounce but it makes the computer not as sensitive about locking and unlocking the converter clutch with small voltage change at the tps. I had my truck reflashed, but on rare occasions it still does it a bit. Voltage bounce can start around 90,000 miles and continue to get worse with milage. It cost about $90.00.