I have a 2001 Durango 5.9 R/T, it seems to hunt for gears in 3rd, jumps to o/d then back. I was told it was the PTS so I changed that and now it won't shift into O/D at all.

Asked by Mar 17, 2014 at 04:38 PM about the Dodge Durango

Question type: General

The timing chain gasket blew causing my Durango to over heat, but not enough to cook
the tranny oil.  I changed gasket and it ran.  The tranny would seem to slip or have a
trouble going into o/d.  I would let off the gas and it would slip into o/d okay. I used it all
winter like that and thought I should change the TPS and maybe it would fix the
hesitation. After I changed it,when I first started it, it revved high then I got engine light.
Now it stalls when I come to an intersection.

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Get the codes and take it from there. Could be time for new tranny fluid and filter and, depending on what tranny you have, adjusting the band´s.

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