Question about Dodge Intrepid
Change your input/and output speed sensors, check your fluid level in the tranny, test cam sensor. If problem still occurs then check the tranny solenoid pack and replace as needed. It is important to understand that in MOST cases, the plug in connectors to these sensors are worn and the plastic part of the plugs expand when the engine warms up and then the proper connections are lost. MOST of the time a sensor works fine but either the wire OR the connector itself is not working. Always check these connections first as most of the time this is EXACTLY what your problem may be and your repair is free!
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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