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2000 Nubira no power on acceleration

2000 Nubira: push the gas pedal it will slowly move and build speed to about 20mph, push the pedal to the floor, and the transmission downshifts and picks up a little more speed until you let up on the gas pedal and the transmission upshifts again. Transmission does not seem to be slipping, more as if the engine lacks all power. Has had a new coil pack, egr valve, and Cat converter in the last six months. Any ideas ?

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Hi, the TCM is located at the passenger side kick panel (LHD), when you remove the kick panel you will see the ECU (engine control module) directly above it is the TCM. I hope this can help.

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SOURCE: 1998 Dodge RAM 1500 won't upshift, slips out of gear

have you dropped the pan to see whats the bands are set at, any debris in pan bottom, whats your governor pressure, if bands are ok, but gov pressures are not relative to speed 1 psi per mph up to 95-127psi, port is on pass side of case rear top right, scan tool would be very helpful, your must have mil light on for this problem, gov dtc's, replace gov transducer as gov solniod as a pair, no exceptions, also are there any 02 sensor dtc's, shorted to voltage, this wil make pcm do stupid things to trans shift, affecting gov signals. GOOD LUCK RDJRP

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