Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
HI, first you should check the fluid level asap. make sure your fluid is at a proper level. if the fluid level is ok, check the Transmission shift linkage. you may have some Incorrect Kick down Cable Adjustments. If all is well here, move down to the code descriptions below.
Concerning the codes, both codes are referring to a faulty Governor pressure sensor and solenoid. These issues will affect the performance of the Auto Transmission. It will disrupt the downshifting at acceleration. I must advise to check the PCM for proper voltage as well. these codes will be sent if the PCM is not providing the proper voltage to this sensor and solenoid. The proper voltage is no less than 5volts. if the voltage at the Gov. pressure solenoid is lower than 5 volts, this will confirm a PCM failure. If the voltage is sufficient, replace the Governor pressure solenoid/sensor, and transducer. this will require you to drain the trans and, pull the pan. replace the pan gasket and filter upon reassembly.
If you are uncomfortable with doing this repair, i recommend taking it in to the dealership asap.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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