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MY CHYSLER VOYAGER 1997 2.0 HAS A FAULT SOME TIMES WHEN DRIVING THE CAR WILL SLOW AND THE REVS GAUGE WILL JUMP UP TO 3 THOUSAND REVS AND THEN DROP THE CAR THEN HAS NO POWER I CAN PUT MY FOOT DOWN BUT WILL NOT GET ANYWEAR,IF I PUT MY LIGHTS ON AND KEEP UNDER 2 THOUSAND REVS IT SOLVES THE PROBLEM

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It sounds like your transmission is going into the limp mode. The transmission goes into limp mode to protect the transmission from major damage. You either need to take it to the dealer or to a transmission shop to have a diagnostic test done.

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