Holy crap...this is my first day here and I really hope you didnt pay that much. Ive had to fix my gov. tranny sensor/solenoid twice cause I keep getting it wet, but it only cost me $250. The parts are only $60 from a Mopar dealer.
Same code, said my tranny fluid pressure was at or above +3 PSi for 1,2,3 gear. Check around and dont let them take you take you for a sucker.
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If the tranny shifted fine before the codes, then odds are a rebuild it not needed.
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Thanks for the advice. Everything seemed to be working fine before about a week ago when the engine started to rev to about 3000 rpms while driving at 20-30 mph. A few days later, the transmission light came on and then I took it in.
I think i'm going to go after a second opinion and go from there.