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My durango slips out of gear when you get on it, but if you just drive it like a normal person and not have a led foot it dosnt slip at all. could this be the speed sencer.

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What engine does your D have? Is the fluid level proper, and when was the trans last serviced??

Could indeed be speed sensor. Your trans also has bands that should be adjusted each time fluid/filter are changed.

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