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1998 PLYMOUTH Voyager 2.4 3 speed auto Just started doing this: stays in first gear until about 28 mph.

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Sounds like a valve body problem, or shift solenoid inside the transmission. Sounds like it is sticking. Check fluid make sure it is not brown which means it is burnt, and make sure there is plenty of fluid but not overfilled.

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