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I have a 1997 plymouth voyager it showing code 53 thats telling me that gear three ratio is incorrect where is my best chance of starting at

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Hi, this code is set usually from the transmission slipping. Chrysler has a lot of issues with the solenoid packs on these if they do not open or close properly it can set these error codes.

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