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Limp mode Hello, my '03 voyager 2.5 keeps going into limp mode. no pattern. I reset, and I can drive 2-20 miles. One year ago I replaced the computer ( could it be bad again?) the van has 112000K the trans was rebuilt @ 67K. This is getting old and expensive! Help! Rick

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Have u checked w/ scan tool for codes? If not, have garage, dealer, or parts store (free service at most parts stores) check for stored codes, and as u know, Chrysler is known for their c_rappy trannys,. I just had mine rebuilt at 125k (I changed the fluid and filter every 30k, but still failure). Limp mode is to protect from further damage, so something is going on. If no stored codes, drop the trans pan, check for metal in pan and on magnet, color of fluid, burnt odor? Let me know what u find. good luck

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