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Hesitation when increasing speed above 55 mph

My 2008 dodge nitro is experiencing hesitation at 55 mph or above. There is a definite jerking sensation upon reaching this or higher speeds. I've had it in the shop at the dealership and they say that dodge has no way of fixing this problem. Is there anyone else out there experiencing this same problem and what did you do (if anything) to fix the problem? Please help. Extremely unhappy with vehicle.

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  • december17 May 11, 2010

    My 2008 dodge nitro is in the shop for the same thing. What happened when the dealer said they couldn't fix it?

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Yes, I am experiencing the same problem someone else told me their parents had this problem too and had a new tranny put in and a new drive shaft. Still did it. Finally they got satisfaction through the lemon law. :(

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