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99 dodge durango 5.2 intermitant trans limp mode 100 miles

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99 dodge durango 5.2 intermitant trans limp mode 100 miles to 700 miles have changed all trans selinoids throddle position sensor oxygen sensors cleaned all
grounds neutral safty switch mass air sensor paid transmission shop $450.00
to do diagnostics on electrical the recomended replacing pcm so i did still same problem also repaced trans relay and shutdown relay help lots of these
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Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Transmissions
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 1 month ago.

Hello and welcome to JustAnswer!

If it's going into limp in it's because the PCM is seeing an issue on the governor, overdrive or converter clutch circuit, or the output speed sensor signal is missing. Possible causes are solenoids, wiring, the trans relay and PCM. It will take some electrical testing to determine what is causing the problem.

What fault codes are currently setting?