Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
I had a simalar problem with my '99 Ram 2500.
It wouldent shift out of first either after my speed sensor had gone bad due to "sudden changes in aceleration". Not what your thinking. Somebody did a hit and run on my truck and slammed it sideways into a pole. They struck only the passenger side of the bumper and the pole took out the driverside truck bed aft of the wheel. They were both straight forward fixes, but somewhere along the line the sensor got dinged up.
The sensor is actualy located on top of the rear diferential. I had to have a shop fix it or my insurance wouldent cover it so Im not shure how dificult a fix it is but it is a bit spendy, I think it cost about 3 or 4 hundred for the shop to fix it.
Hope this Helps
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
A failed transmission most likely
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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