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Converter locks in and out between 35 and 55 mph

My 99 dodge transmittion will lock in and out between 35 and 55 mph, but if i dont drive it for 1 month and then start to drive it, it will not do it untill i drive it for about 400 miles. Its like it is searching for a gear. I put new shift silinoids in and new throttle possitioning sensor, that helped for about 2 months. I WOULD APPRETIATE any help i am very aggravated.

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I assume you have checked the transmission fluid. Try changing the fuel filter. You wouldn't believe how often people confuse transmission problems with fuel filter problems. The engine is starving for fuel, and therefore, power, and the transmission does everything it can to try and find it.

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