DIES WHEN STOPPING FAST
2002 Dodge Durango
DURANGO DIES AT AN ABRUPT STOP OR WHEN SHIFTING FROM PARK TO DRIVE. NOTHING SHOWS ON THE SCANNER AS ABNORMAL. TORQUE CONVERTER VALVE BODY AND FRONT PUMP HAVE BEEN REPLACED. CRANK SENSOR, MAP SENSOR, AIS MOTOR, TPS HAVE ALL BEEN REPLACED. NOTHING SEEMS TO HELP CONDITION. WE DID TRY A TIP FROM A CHRYSLER GURU. BY ADDING AN EXTRA QUART OF TRANS FLUID WE HAVE CUT THE CONDITION OF DYING OUT AT STOPS IN HALF. HOWEVER IT STILL DOES IT AND NOTHING SEEMS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. MILEAGE IS 90875. PLEASE HELP BEFORE I LOOSE MY MIND
August 14, 2007.
August 14, 2007.
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