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Old 03-16-2012, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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47re problem. 1,2, &r are fine. Won't drive in D

I've done some searching without much luck on where to look to first. The tranny has about 4k miles on a fresh rebuild with dpc super single, dtt shift kit and billet acumulator piston and servo. It hasn't had any issue until last night. I was in a yard and had to accelerate pretty hard to get unstuck. I noticed it seemed to be sluggish from a stop and reving higher than normal and wasnt shifting at, so I limped it home as it was within a few miles and tranny temp was staying normal. Tranny fluid is full and looks clean still, temp last night was under 190.

This morning I started it, in D it idle surges but will drive fine if I shift to 1 and 2. As soon as I shift into D it seems to buck and idle erratic. It also feels like its loosing power. It does it at all rpms and speeds when shifting from 2 to D.

Speedo still works and no lights on the dash. R is normal

I'm new with autos and dodges so I just need pointed in the right direction, Thanks.
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Old 03-16-2012, 01:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to have it checked for codes first.
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Thanks, I forgot these trucks are obd2. I have a scanner in the garage and these are the 4 I came up with.

P0743 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Electrical

P0602 Control Module Programming Error

P0463 Fuel Level Sensor Circuit High Input

P1693 Turbo Charge Control Circuit Malfunction
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When I bought the truck it had a lock-up switch installed. I was told it was disconnected so I never payed attention to the orientation to the switch. It must have gotten bumped when I was looking for something the other night. I realized how it felt when I went from 2 to D in the driveway and it pulled like it does when the tc was locking up, instantly I realized it had to be that switch. Thanks for the help anyways sportster1208.
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