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Fuse box in engine compartment, and one in rear of vehicle.

(2005 Dodge Magnum)
in Houston, TX on March 19, 2017
I asked a question a couple days ago that freedom auto answered. I an't drive over 40, car starts to jerk/lose power. I changed transmissions, sensors, and still the same!

Do I need to have PCM flashed to recognize the newly installed transmission? I'm on vacation in a week, I would like to come to freedom auto and get a complete diagnosis.
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please call the office and plan a time for us to look at it. We can better tell what's going on after we have a chance to look at the car.
John
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