I got the car a year ago- I've had a few issues with it.... and about 8 months ago the car wouldn't kick up in speed past 30 mph so I had it hooked up to a machine to read the engine for problems---- it said both transmission sensors are giving the car problems.... does this seem valid and roughly as a ball park number how much does something that cost - I want to get the money together before I bring it to a shop for repair. Now that the car hasn't been running the battery is dead and I have to constantly jump start it- - and now the horn and wipers don't work---- I'm assuming that's a fuse because it's not reading any issues in the steerin column or anything else- how much in total should the average mechanic charge me to fix everything
My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
If your Dodge is having issues accelerating over 30 MPH and a scan indicated you have some transmission sensor issues, it’s possible your vehicle has entered a LIMP MODE; which essentially restricts the vehicle’s ability to drive slow until you can have it inspected or repaired. However, you don’t need to bring it to a shop. It would be a good idea to have a mobile mechanic to complete a check engine light inspection first, so they can determine which sensors are faulty and recommend the right repairs.
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