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It's actually fixed (governor pressure sensor/solenoid)

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Old 10-26-2011, 09:47 PM
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Red face It's actually fixed (governor pressure sensor/solenoid)

So for the second time in 4 days I took off the trans pan and replaced the governor pressure sensor and solenoid. The first time I used parts from a junk yard off a 2000 Ram with the same model tranny. And what do you know those were bad too....my luck. This time I bought new parts off transmissionpartsusa, literally 50-75% less then what my local dodge dealer was charging, and what do you know. I backed it up to the road put it in drive and just touched the gas and up comes the front end and we have lift off. I got my power back, I got first gear back, and it freaking works. Thanks Master Tech for the help

If you are thinking of doing your own its very easy. From first bolt off to last one on it took me 1 1/2 hours. 90% of that time is draining fluid
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Old 10-26-2011, 11:34 PM
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Great job! Thats why I am here.
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Sorry; dont think i seen the orginal thread; what was the original symptoms?
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were the parts you bought OEM or aftermarket?? and i'm curious of aftermarket is OK or stay away from them...
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