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My 2002 dodge durango r/t drive at 35 mph and doesnt want to shift and the rpm goes 4000 and stays that way

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Tps sensor is bad,cheap easy fix.

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Your transmission is in safe mode this will need to be scand to see where the problom is in the transmission

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