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Old 11-18-2012, 10:49 AM
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Originally Posted by 09nitetrain View Post
check your transmission fluid level, these dodge are fussy. even a qt low on tranny fluid they do what your describing. mine did, and also there is a spin on tranny filter in the transmission where they go bad cause a lack of fluid to the tq and putting them into lock up mode.

If you're referring to the bad batch of filters that got into some vehicles in 2006, they were causing delayed engagement issues.
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