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I just had a rebuilt tranmission put in my 2001 durango 2 months ago. But ever since then it has been in the shop every other week because when I had the cruise control on it felt like it was slipping when I was going done the highway at any speed. Now for the last 2 times that I brought it back in. It feels like it is slipping between 65 and 70. It will go up to 3 on the rpms and then drop back to 2. Only when it is running for at least 45 minutes or so. My machanic took it for a ride 30 minutes each way and felt it also but not as much as I did. He informed me that it is not the engine or the transmission. He doesnt know what the problem is and just to keep driving it..And I also purchased the truck Dec 27th of 08. Can someone point me in the right direction of what this problem could be if they are saying its not the transmission?

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Its the trans

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