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Unbeliveable i need some help/advice

Ok i posted an eariler problem about my speed sensor well today i decided to crawl under my durango and haave a look at what im up against to replace..well i found a wire that plugs into the tranny i moved it and to my suprise it was half way out so i pushe dit back in untill i heard it clip into place then i started vehicle and noticed a better sound, so i took it for a drive and OMG does it have balls this thing really gets up and goes..my question is could this have solved my problem and if so i cant belive what i have been missing in power this whole time before when i stepped on it it would go but now this thing shoots like a rocket my rpm's are half way between 0 and 1 when at a complete stop so is all this normal? if so i cant belive hoe HUGE of difference it makes by plugn in a wire

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  • ragz2richez May 28, 2009

    so this whole time it wasnt pluged n all the way will that hurt the tranny? and now that i got it right will it affect the tranny @ all?

  • ragz2richez May 28, 2009

    i am just thrilled and a little scared cuz i have drove this thing for 2 years and just assumed thats how it drove but when i pushed it into place and drove its like day and night i cant belive what i was missn

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Yes, this is normal. The tranny is electronic and if any plugs are not plugged in properly the tranny will not work properly.

Posted on May 28, 2009

  • Eric Shephard May 28, 2009

    It may have put some strain on the tranny. If you really want to be safe, I suggest you change the tranny fluid and filter. This will remove any fillings in the tranny and it doesn't hurt to do it every 30 to 60 thousand miles.

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