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My cruise control lunges around 60 miles an hour. It makes my tranmission shift up and down. I have 90 thousand miles on my 2003 durango with the 5.8 liter.

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You have a bad contact in the cruise control. there is not really any way to fix it, beyond replacememnt. Sorry

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