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Heads up, if you happen to have the dreaded stalling condition when coming to a stop or slowing to turn, Chrysler engineers have found that the torque converter is stalling , condition is caused by low fluid level. They having us now add fluid 1/4 inch above full mark hot. So try this and let me know results.
 

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Heads up, if you happen to have the dreaded stalling condition when coming to a stop or slowing to turn, Chrysler engineers have found that the torque converter is stalling , condition is caused by low fluid level. They having us now add fluid 1/4 inch above full mark hot. So try this and let me know results.
What is your source?
 
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