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Why does your 1994 intrpid sometimes stick in 1st gearand will only change back to normal gearling if you clear the computer by unhooking the batery?

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2005-12-24 02:39:38
2005-12-24 02:39:38

Have you tried shutting the engine off and putting tranny in Park instead of unhooking battery? My '93 occasionally locks into fail-safe/limp-in (2nd), sometimes slipping into neutral at highway speeds. Worse when hot, usually OK once weather gets below 40 deg F. Have had shift selonoids replaced -- no change. They're looking at wiring harness to tranny now, but no guarantees. Dash dies occasionally, too, but a slap in the middle usually brings it back. Letting is sit shut off will usually reset the tranny. Frustrating. Any better ideas anyone?

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