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I have a 1999 Plmounth Grand Vovager SE.I've had problem's with the transmission output Sensor.I've replaced it 3 times.There is a fuse that burns out when it shuts down also it is the EATX fuse.I've just replaced it again but the transmision is still not shifting out of first then it dies on me.Can some1 please guide me to what this might be?

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