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1998 Durango 5.2 4x4, transmission shifts out of first at 3500 rpm and 30 mph, then goes directly into 3rd gear, totally skipping over 2nd. all other gears are on time, and perfect. what is causing this, i have no noises, and the fluid is pink, no grime. I dont believe an overhaul is needed, being this happend suddenly. it went from perfect off of one red light, to this, what I described at the next. Thank you in advance Pete

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First buy the transmission fluid shift helper and pour it in the transmission...and if that doesn't work then you need to let a mechanic check the transmission for you...it might be going out...
Good Luck!

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