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chris
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2/14/2006
15:30:58

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I need help dakota 97 a/t 4x4 42re tranny my 1 and 2 shift is good,2 to 3 is very fast and 3 to o/d is good do i got big problem i change oil,put out the valve body and clean and no change....



davec
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2/15/2006
16:28:59

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Have you tampered with the throttle cable at all? I would make sure my adjustment is correct before going any further. Quick shifts usually mean adjustment error. If that's ok, I would move to checking governor pressure.

Dave



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2/15/2006
19:22:43

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I replaced my stock TB with a larger 48mm TB a while back. Shortly after that, I started having strange shifting problems. 1-2 is ok, 2-3 is ok, but 3-O/D can sometimes be terrible. I was told it could be a sticking O/D solenoid. Would the problems be associated with swapping the TB's?



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2/16/2006
09:39:12

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The trottle body does not effect the trans the
only thing you could posably do is change the TV
cable and that would raise or lower your shift
points

3-o/d shift sol, accumulater or spring breaking
is something that does happen its a valve and
spring under a plate on the body.

On the RE You should change the presure sensor and
sol it is most likly a line presure prob

It is a well known prob with these trans the last
one I replaced them on I had to do it again
because the new one was also bad but chrysler
knows this and will than exchange the part

around $200 and you can change without removing
the valve body

Larry
J&J Auto

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