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I have a plymouth grand voyager and every once in a while the pointer on the rpm gauge exceeds to 3000 plus rpm's, if i turn the engine off and restart it, it usually stops the erratic behavior. can t

Transmission level is full. does not occur as normal slippage. transmission was recently replaced,is it possible for an adjustment to repair the problem? the van is a 1998 plymouth grand voyager

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The tachometer may be defective.

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