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Answered 2007-02-25 14:29:25

There is a 'range sensor' on most modern transmissions. When it goes bad, the symptoms often include 'hunting for gears'. The sensor is not terribly expensive. Much more information can be found at contour enthusiast web sites. They've been very helpful to me.

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