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Speeddomator went nuts, bougs down around 30 MPH, transmission don't seem to be shifting right. could this be a speed sensor????

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Yes, the speed sensor is really easy to get to after you jack the car up. The trans. computer is detecting something is wrong and puts the car into "limp in" mode. I've seen alot of these speed sensors go out on the Chrysler products.

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