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Our 1999 rodeo is giving us a headache. when you put the vehicle in gear you can see that the car is in the correct gear where you shift BUT its showing something different up in the control panel area. were the miles per hour are. also, when your at a red light stopped and you push the gas it does not want to go (its like its not in gear). as an example if your in drive it acts like you in neutral when your taking off. BUT after you gain some speed its fine. also our at oil light came on today. sometimes it make shake real bad. if your in reverse it does not do it. could it be the range sensor?? if so, what type of dealer should i take it too and the cost ?? i am a woman and do not want to be ripped off.

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  • Anonymous Aug 13, 2008

    Get you transmission fluid change and filter. MAKE sure they change the filter and just not flush you fluid.

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Get you transmission fluid change and filter. MAKE sure they change your filter and not don't just flush it

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