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Old 08-25-2014, 02:14 PM   #266 (permalink)
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With my dodge intrepid, I also found that it is not as simple as give it 12v or switch it to ground. The computers are looking at a ton of information to keep everything working, especially since pretty much all chryslers had limp mode, meaning the controllers knew when the trans was broke, but not out of commission. If an electrical guru wants to rig something up great, but id be wary of just wiring in a switch.

I remember finding information where a guy had made a circuit that would alleviate a shifting problem on an early '90s chrysler if I remember correctly. I may have found it on Its been a while. Might be useful.

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