I know jack stands, just being funny. I replaced the output speed sensor,fluid and filter but didn't help. If you're doing this yourself, I'm sure you've checked the fluid level. I'm sorry, but it's not possible for me to give you much more. Don't want to have the wife deal with this mess. The speed sensor on my 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 was on top of the differential housing on the back axle, the big bell housing between the rear wheels. Thanks for you help, keep on doing what you are doing.
About a week ago I was pulling a 5th wheel trailer and came to a stop light. I was told by repair station that there is a recall on this vehicle because of problems with the transmission but it does not surface on carfax nor on this website because dodge does not report recalls to either. Can you tell me what part in the transmission is the most likely cause shift solenoid, pressure transducer etc. This post concerned the wrong speed sensor being diagnosed as causing the speed sensor code listed in my post. My 99 Dodge 2500 Ram won't accelerate. Had engine light checked at auto zone that happened to be next door to where I just had lunch, came out as transmission error.
Don't know if I should force it. That way my publisher finds happiness and you can say thank you while getting something in return. Anon, pumping that much oil through the exhaust can definitely take out the cat. You need to take it in for a professional diagnosis. If you see no pressure then you know that the problem is in the unit and the transmission needs replaced. Complaint Number: 10040506 Incident Date: September 24, 2003 Date Added to File: September 24, 2003 Description of the Complaint: While shifting from park into reverse or drive consumer heard clunky noise.
It is on the right side down low on the block almost to the transmission bell housing. I know you've checked the wiring, but I still think you need to take a closer look at the wiring because of the shared ground between the trans solenoid pack and the battery temperature sensor. Took the printout with me. I feel they owe me atleast a response to the issue and am very fearful of driving this vehicle that I will be making monthly payments on for the next 48 months. Guessing, I would say plugged cats, especially if you took it in for a tuneup because it was missing. I went to a different place ran another computer check and this time the right sensor was given to me, and it was just like the ones you show the pics.
Dave, the battery temperature sensor shares a ground with a number of other sensors and the transmission solenoid assembly. It's impossible to say, Hunter, without scan data and basic checks on fluid levels, grounds, and power connections. I have a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 3. The other day I was driving and all of a sudden my speedometer stopped working and then it would only stay in gears above 2nd. Minne, my only guess if the dealer hasn't found any indication of codes or data indicating a problem is that they've had a lot of trouble with the governor solenoid or transducer on those.
I can't get that rear sensor to go flush. Tried tightening the nut, but still lacks a quarter inch. Dodge is still having trouble with the Governor Pressure Transducer on those, but you can't guess at it or parts change until you switch the right part. The 2004 - 2006 Dodge Durango had a recall on the instrument cluster for the U1120 code and assorted lights and outages in the cluster but not the 1500. Since this must not be an isolated occurrence, and not asking you to be Karnack from the Johnny Carson show, what would be on the list of things you would look at first? If so where is it? There is a period of free-wheeling when it downshifts from the od back into fourth gear, causing increased pressure to have to be applied to braking the pickup which in turn causes a jerking while braking. This does not happen in city driving.
I replaced the output shaft speed sensor with two different parts just to make sure that there weren't bad parts. You said in many other posts that the instrument cluster could cause this problem. Also going over the wiring carefully, especially near the speed sensor connector is another place to check. Yes, the code will be in memory even though the light is not on - if any code was set. Otherwise, please take it in to a shop to have them do it because with that code I believe you're on the right track with replacing them.
Now from Now from what you have explained above, replacing the correct sensor should stop it from slipping, yes? It's done this to me in the past and I've replaced the rear abs sensor and disconnected the battery left it for 20mins reconnected it and it was fine. I could not find anything that resembles the one in your pictures. My speedometer and odomter work fine. There is always a chance something could go wrong with what you're gambling with, making the cost of repair much more expensive. I have to assume you've checked fluid levels, tire pressures, and made sure the brakes aren't locking up.