I have a 1991 Dodge B250 van, and sometimes my spedometer won't go above
40 mph no matter how fast the van is going. Whenever this happens, the
engine starts running really hot. I don't have a tachometer, but it
feels and sounds like the rpm's are high, but I have no problem making
highway speeds. It's an intermittent thing, and happens maybe one time
out of ten that I use the van. Any ideas? Thanks!
I think that's what it is. I originally thought it wasn't the tranny
because I was reaching highway speeds smoothly, but as I pay more
attention to the sound and feel of the engine, I think I'm missing top
gear. This on a rebuilt transmission that's less than two years old
(but out of warranty, of course). >:-( It's in the shop now.
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