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1999 dodge ram jumps in and out of o/d, at 50 to 60 mph. what is causing this?

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You can try an od switch,or you can face the fact you need a new transmission.

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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I have a 1999 Dodge Ram and I have a deceleration jump/vibration at around 50-40 mph. When the brake is lightly applied it happens, when heavy brake applied it stops. I'm thinking front whell bearings


The front rotors are warped, the reason you feel it when lightly braking is because the pads are just brushing the high spots as they come by. Heaving braking will lock them in tighter and you will not notice it. They have to take the rotors off to turn them so they can check the wheel bearings at the same time and replace or pack them. Just have the rotors turned if they are not worn under the federal limits. If they are worn too bad you will have to replace them.

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I have a 96'dodge ram 1500 4*4 when I get 55 mph the rpms bounce up and down. I was it feels like it trying jump in out of over drive any guess??


99 Dodge Ram 4x4 owner here also, Most Auto parts stores will do a free plug and play diagnosis if You can drive Your truck to them, That will give You the problem codes and if the salesman knows His stuff He can tell You the coded problem meaning and what part/service is needed to remedy if any, might just need a reset, I eventually purchased a DB II tester for myself as I have multiple vehicles and cant always get to an auto parts store, Good Luck

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Late shift from 1st to 2nd changes into 2nd at 25 mph (1999 dodge ram 1500)


Think about it--- because all you can do- is remove &
clean the valve body

After that- it comes out for a rebuild

Back probe the TPS Sensor & see what that looks like

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I HAVE 1999 DODGE TRUCK. TRANSMISSION IS AUTOMATIC IT WANT TO SHIFT UP AND DOWN AT SPEEDS OF 45 TO 55 MPH WITH OVERDRIVE IN AND SPEEDS OF 30 TO 35 MPH WITH OVERDRIVE OUT


Sounds like dirt in the transmission may be causing the shift points to not work properly.
Is this the problem you are having?
If it is, then I would say that one should have the fluid changed out of the transmission at a local shop.

If this does not solve the problem, then the solution may be a rebuild of the transmission.

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I have a 2001 dodge ram cummins runs great but when i'm going from 40 mph to 50 mph it it starts to slip and jump back and forth.what could this be?


If the transmission is full of fluid, then the lock up solenoid is bad or the filter needs to be replaced & have the bands adjusted, or the speed sensor isnt calibrated due to over size tires

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1999 RAM 2500 TURBO DIESEL TRANSMISSION SLIPS @45 MPH


Most Likely Overdrive Lockup Problem--Can Be Function Checked With Scanner.

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1999 Dodge Ram 360 5.8 liter engine feels like transmission is sl


Hi, the problem you are having sounds like the differential needs replacing this can be expensive and hard work but not doing this can cause further damage to your vehicle so its better get it done sooner rather than later.
If on the other hand your only getting a vibration through the steering wheel then this could be that the wheels need balancing.
You should know which of the two problems you have if you need further assistance then just let me know ok

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1999 Dodge Ram van 1500 no pick up power


I had a similiar problem on my 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Conversion Van. It ended up being a partial collapse of the catalytic converter which didn't allow adequate exhaust. The problem only showed itself because I could not get over 55 mph going up a small hill.

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ABS LIGHT ON, SPEEDOMETER JUMPS TO 20 MPH EVEN IN PARK


Was the sensor an aftermarket one of did you get it from the daler. Aftermarket ones aren't always gapped right. After that check your ABS sensors. I can tell you how if needed. You just need a multi meter.

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