Question about Dodge Durango
Like most modern cars your Dodge uses an electronically controlled transmission.
The TPS (throttle position sensor) is used by the Computer Controlled Automatic Transmission to know how you are using the accelerator pedal.
This information is fundamental for the electronic automated transmission system to decide when to shift gear.
Information from TPS is sent to the TCM (transmission control module). The TCM is a computer module that will use info from TPS, along with info from VSS to decide when to send impulse to the Transmission Switch Solenoids to shift gear.
The car Revving high may be also consequence of the bad TPS.
If you replaced TPS already, do a new code scan.
Check also TPS wiring harness that can cause the two codes listed above.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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