car kept dropping into limpmode replaced the tcm and auto stick will not engage

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Asked by Nov 14, 2007 at 08:00 PM about the 1996 Dodge Intrepid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

replaced tcm and the auto-stick will not ingage. it has been sugested that i was sold wrong part. car shifts and drives fine now. car no longer droppes into limpmode and check ingine light has come back on after driving it about a week.

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autozone will scan it free,try this.

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I'm going to guess that you've got a problem with your input or output speed sensor in the trans, or that you need to have the TCM flashed to your vehicle for the autostick option. If you got one out of a junkyard it's possible that the vehicle was similar enough for it to work, but did not have autostick. Best to have a Dodge dealer use their DRB-II scan tool on this and diagnose it for you.

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