Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
This definatley sounds like a pressure problem. The fact you can let off the gas a bit and it will shift tells me that. I would look at the shifting solenoid first though. If you still have contact with the seller find out if he ever had that transmission back flushed. If he did you will certainly need to get in and clean that transmission out. They were just coming out with this machine in 1999 and most the dealers wanted to use it on transmission fluid changes. Problem is it wasn't designed to work on a transmission with a carbon fiber filter and using it on a Transmission with that type filter ruined the transmission by clogging the channels with debris from the filter coming apart. There are several locations around, in my area anyway, that offer a free check up of the transmission before service. You might want to take the vehicle to one of these places to have it checked. I would look at teh overdrive/lockup solenoid.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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