Yes you did, your first post was all about swaping transmissions in which I said you need to put a scanner on it. You may not be an idiot, however your posts demonstrate a mechanical ineptness. These are segments from some of your replies.
I have a 1996 Intrepid with a 3.3 and am wondering if the transmission from a 3.5 will have the same bolt pattern
I have a bad trans in my Intrepid with the 3.3, it is stuck in limp mode. (bought it this way)
but I would rather go with the very cheap transmission swap
I am thinking about trying to drop the pan and possible remove the valve body and get to the solenoid pack and swap it out.
the statements you're making demonstrat very little knowledge. your replies to me also showed that you were not comprehending what was being said. Without a scanner looking at trans data, you are not problem solving. your statement about swaping solenoid packs shows that you did not want to take my advise about putting on a scanner. Everything you've said in your posts is all about 'swaping this and swapping that'. you really don't seem to want to diagnose the problem, just want to keep throwing parts at it hoping to fix it. Wouldn't it be just a hoot to go thru all the changing parts, then replacing the transmission and having the same problem. hell it could be something as simple as a bad TCM
relay, blown fuse, bad TCM
Here's a partial list of things you could feel free to swap in hopes of solving the trans issue:
output speed sensor (BTW 606 and 604 exact same part)
input speed sensor (BTW 606 and 604 exact same part)
CCD bus line
and much much more.