I took my 2004 Dodge Cummins 3500 dually 24v with auto transmission into the Dodge Dealership today for a service and to check out an intermittent rough idle problem. The dealership asked me if I had noticed any torque converter chatter as thats what they told me was causing my idle problems with it wanting to surge. They told me that this would lead to transmission failure at some future point and cost me in the neighborhood of about $3,500. :thud: At the same time they also informed me that I needed the tie rods ends replaced on the front end for about another $1,000.:thud::thud: Is there anything I can replace to fix this torque converter chatter, like the torque converter or am I doomed to just wait it out until the transmission goes? Anybody know a good transmission place in Georgia or possibly suggest an Internet solution that I can purchase and then put in myself as these dealership prices are unreal??