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The OD off light appears in my Dodge Durango while traveling for any distance greater than 70 miles after replacing throttle postion sensor, idle air sensor, and R&R governor assy, as well a changing transmission filter and fluid.

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  • dixielee_crt Jul 16, 2009

    No help was given with my problem. Codes were scanned after replacing all items the dealership stated needed replacing. No codes appeared, but problem continues.

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    Clint Smock May 11, 2010

    Have you had it scanned for codes?

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No, the codes were not scanned that I am aware of.

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If the light is coming on then tcm has a trouble code or the transmission is overheating. Have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes. Does the cluster also have a trans temp light? It's not coming on right?

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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