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Torque converter 1999 dodge ram diesel,47re trans, the problem is at 45mph the torque conv, locks into overdrive and then unlocks by itself and if you don't move the throtle it keeps going back and forth. does that mean that the tps is bad?

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I had the same problem .dodge service told me to check the ground wire.i bought another wire at wally world and installed it from battery to body. no more problems for at lest 3000 miles

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