You lose 1st gear, get hard shifting, and no overdrive. I replaced the govenor pressure sensor and now I am getting the p1763 code also. It should not be considered a breakdown risk. After doing this second sensor check I found I had a working speedometer again, so I blamed the harness. When the vehicle was in reverse, the vehicle would go forward instead of reverse. It is fairly common for these. The Advanced autos doesn't carry this style of harness.
Only dealer- ship I can say that about. The door knocked him down and the vehicle continued to roll until it hit a snow bank. This occurred while consumer switched lanes to avoid hitting another motorist. Three days later the truck would not lock in park and has not locked in park since. I had the codes checked at o'Reilly autoparts and it came up 3 codes. I've done a visual inspection of the wiring harness, no visible damage, no burns from the exhaust shop, and no fluid leaks around the wiring.
The sensor is easy to access on the side of the throttle body just under the air box. So if your truck is over 7 years old and you do not keep it in a closed environment garage and you live on gravel road or a state which salt its city roads, try gesing what happends with your electrical sensor conection. Re-manufactured transmissions also include a much better warranty than rebuilt transmissions; usually compared to 90 days for the rebuilt transmission. S- Please or to join the conversation. What they found was that the pressure never got above 30 psi and this was causing erratic shifting, indicating that there was something wrong with the governor solenoid or its pressure sensor. Once the problem has been fixed, the mechanic will reset the error codes. The transmission speed sensors are used to calculate the actual gear ratio of the transmission while in use.
The solenoid pack is mounted directly to the valve body; its connector protrudes from a hole on the left side of the transmission. You want oddball electrics in a car? Sometimes it's just how the guys in the computer lab's programmed it. Very sluggish when I need to speed up unless I give it lots of throttle and then it drops out of overdirve and skips 4th gear and goes into 3rd. I'm guessing maybe I should double check the harness after Ryan's story. When the vehicle was in reverse, the vehicle would go forward instead of reverse. Then I started having stalling issues when I disengaged. Three days later the truck would not lock in park and has not locked in park since.
It may be due to faulty transmission speed sensors. Dakota P0135 Diagnosis Here is a fantastic video that covers all aspects of diagnosing a P0135 trouble code. I don't want to keep replacing it. It's also common that a problem with these sensors can impact the shift timing, extending the interval between transmission shifts. This occurred while consumer switched lanes to avoid hitting another motorist. Anyway,it looks like one single strand of wire is still going into the tranny when I removed the cable?? It was frustrating while attempting to achieve highway speeds only to see the tachometer approach the red line.
Within a few days, we noticed when first starting up in the morning, it clunked when putting in reverse, and it did not shift from 1st gear until we had gone 3-4 blocks. If i shift down to first gear when stopping which is a hassle and when it is about to choke the engage the clutch it will idol. Steering - at times the steering does not want to work. We have taken it back to the dealer twice and they tell us they can find nothing wrong, which I know is not true. I've read through the posts and found the Rear Speed Sensor to be the culprit. At first, I thought that this had completely fixed the issue.
But, like anything that causes the service engine soon light to come on it is a good idea to have it fixed as soon as possible. Transmission - changes gears very rough, somtimes on acceleration, all the time when decelerating. If you apply a heavier pressure then the vehiclee drops down into passing gear and takes off. Is it that I yank it out and run a new cable back down from the motor or what? My question is, does it sound like the sensor just went out? Could it be low oil or something else inside that is throwing off the new sensor? I have had it to the dealer 3 times with no results. Will not turn, very hard as if no rack and pinion. Replace the filter and O-ring and make sure everything is seated well before re-assembling.
These parts are nearly always changed at the same time since if one is bad, the other is probably also worn and you need to drop the pan to get to either one so it just makes sense to do them both at the same time. I got a 00 Durango 5. Please or to join the conversation. P0161 Causes: Dodge Dakota Here are the most common issues that cause the P0161 code in the Dodge Dakota. Please or to join the conversation. Replaced the rear differential speed sensor but still had issues. Please or to join the conversation.