Manuel aguilar: I have a 2000 durango 4.7. My check engine light came on and it started
doing this weird thing, when I go from 20 to 0 really fast the idle on it
goes from 500 rpm down to 350, then back up to 650 and finally idles at 500
rpm. I checked my speed sensor (Didnt pu il out) and saw that it was
leaking a little bit off oil could I be that. Help please
amed sanchez: 2000 Dodge Durango 4.7 Check Gauges light comes on and Voltage gauge
shoots to 18, I was told this could be the reason Speed Sensor ground
could be causing this?? only does it when going 70+ miles per Hr.
Brian Dozhier: Cool thanks, my transmission was on the vehicle and i had never done this
before so it was hard to find. Definitely use you guys again and your
prices look way better than I payed!!
Michael Hrischuk: Thanks for the video. I noticed that sensor you removed was damaged at the
tip. I just had the same failure and was concerned if something was wrong
internally that wiped out the tip. Have you seen this before?
Don Chester: I have a 97 Dodge Dakota 2wd there is no output speed sensor in this
nut nutter: 1998 jeep Cherokee , after transmission gets warm it kicks out of overdrive
too 3rd gear and will not go back to overdrive,,, what sensor will do that
nml123123: i have a 2002 jeep grand cherokee and the transmission stay stock in first
gear... what can the problem be... thant you
CascadeTransParts: I suppose it could , but that would be a first that i have heard of. please
feel free to email me through our site with more details , and i will try
Nesianwave: Thank You Very Much for posting....
J. Muller: We were on an 800 mile trip yesterday for Christmas and the speed o stop
working and the check engine light came on , we were 400 miles from home so
we came back, had it checked and it's this speed sensor. I have it ordered.
We have a 2004 Jeep Liberty 4x4 with only 24,000 miles
Ron Smith: Well did the install and right after that changed plugs and wires. The
transmission solenoids were lots easier. :-) It really helped 1 to 2 and 3
to 4, but 2 to 3 is still not shifting well. RPMs go really high, 3200 -
3500 and then hard shift to 3rd. Any ideas?
cassie smith: I have a 2000 dodge grand caravan sport and it was normal until I hit a
large puddle of water and now it wont move anymore and it is making a
whining noise when I start it and it runs. any ideas?
CascadeTransParts: Hello , yes it should be shown in the above video unless you have a 4.7L
engine , then see our other site electrical advantage , then see part #
CascadeTransParts: no , shift sensor is quite general , and i have never heard that used when
referring to these models
LifesJoys: My 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a bad ouput speed sensor But to replace it
appears to be challenging it looks like the transmission mout is blocking
my 1" open end wrench from getting to the part your help here would be
greatly appreciated thanx.
Gerald Goforth: Thanks! My check engine light is on but me being a truck driver and gone so
much it's hard to get a diagnostic test ran. Just looking for a place to
start and I'm crossing my fingers that this is it.
Abhishek Sabharwal: Hello, I drive a 1994 Jeep GC Laredo with 42RE. Yesterday the o/d off light
came on and would not go in to o/d. Just before I parked I noticed that I
had only the third gear(guessing based on the rpm and the vehicle speed).
After I stopped the tranny is slipping bad and wont engage,did not slip
before I stopped. I checked fluid level/condition & looked OK.TCM has an
error code 13 for VSS no signal stored. Can a failed VSS cause the tranny
to not engage? Is the VSS same as shown in the video.
chris wilkinson: Shifting up and down.
CascadeTransParts: Hello , yes , but this doesn't fit any 2006 models i know of depending on
your engine size we have a few different ones available if you have a 4.7L
, or 5.7L Hemi on our site see part # 72436 (2 required per transmission)
feel free to send further messages through the contact us page
Maxwell Demond: not sure I just got it . But the shop told me the fluid looked good .
Corney Rios: I have a 1998 Jeep Cherokee 6 cylinder and the transmission takes a while
to shift, what could cause it to do that. how can i tell if the
transmission is going out.
avery gentry: What are symptoms of a bad speed sensor what will your truck or car be
doing if thisbis bad? ???
onehalfgreatness: is this also called the transmission output sensor? I have a 2006 Jeep WK
that is shifting erratically sometimes. Somtimes you can rev the engine
over 3000 RPM, and it won't shift from 2nd to 3rd. You let your foot off
the gas, and it will shift. Other times, it shifts normally. No
transmission fluid leaks.
Gavriel Ben Issachar: hello CTP... My abs and brake light are staying turned on. I looked it up
and Im replacing the abs speed sensor. will this help, and can you please
tell me the difference between the two (output speed sensor) thanks. oh,
and my speedometer dosent work under 30mph.
Jordan Lindquist: We've replaced the speed sensor & have now realized it's the connector. We
purchased an Unassembled one from the dealership & do not know how to go
about assembling it, can you help??
CascadeTransParts: tough to say for sure , is the check engine light on ? feel free to email
further comments through our website
blondago56: thank you so much for this
CascadeTransParts: Hello Ron - Thanks for the kind words !
Maxwell Demond: I have a 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan 3.3 and the transmission shifts hard
up/down shifting with codes p0700 transmission control system p1776
solenoid switch valve latched in the LR position p1784 pressure switch
circuit :LR I just paid to have the shop put in a new solenoid pack . Did
nothing to help but now no codes (still shifts just as hard) What now
LifesJoys: Thank You very much I will try that. Thanks again
chaseme81871: is this also known as a shift sensor??
FocusmanZX4: i noticed that this is an automatic trans is the location different on a 5
speed standard (318 V8)?
CascadeTransParts: no a windstar in a front wheel drive you have output sensor on the top of
the case about 6-7"'s back from the axle typically there will have a wire
lead as part of them that is about 10"'s long
Quadman808: the speed sensors on those models are common to have issues ; normally
occurring around 80,000 miles or so. Typically when this happens you will
have a check engine light with an improper gear ratio code , or a speed
CascadeTransParts: yes it is easily accessible from under the truck
joeybananaclips47: Ford windstar 99 location the same
Christopher Blahut: Would this speed sensor resolve a P1974 Speed sensor ground error or would
it be the wire harness? Additionally, the back up lights do not engage in
reverse. I suspect this may be associated. I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee
with a 545RFE
CascadeTransParts: no this sends the revolution speed to the computer , but normally it will
stop functioning or create a check engine code. More than likely your issue
could be related to tire size , or possibly the ABS/Speed Sensor on the
diff. Is the check engine light on ? Please feel free to email me though
our website (contact us page) the fluid will not leak out if you pull this
Martin Gonzalez: Hello cascade parts, just want to say thnx for this video. I just saved
lots dollars on this videos. Very help full.
Manuel Gutierrez: Hi, I have a durango 1999, I changed the throttle position sensor, has
improved enough to no longer drowns arrarcar but follow the truck pulling
the change until the 3rd, I think I should change the output speed sensor
.... I disconnect the battery to change the speed sensor?
xxxxxminexxxxx: for anyone who is having the same problem i replaced the sensor shown in
this video and it now runs
CascadeTransParts: i would start with the abs sensor see electrical advantage d o t net part#
D72436B often that one sensor will cure both of those lights it may address
the speedo issue as well , as that is where the signal comes from for the
Gavriel Ben Issachar: thanks...
CascadeTransParts: Hello - what engine size is it ? please email me through our website Thanks
coronapounder: thanx for sharing, im ready to replace the speed sensor on my 98 dodge ram
5.9, my only quedtion is, can i replace the sensor with out having to
remove the transmission?
michael casciole: When replacing this sensor do you have to drain the trans?
CascadeTransParts: more than likely you have more than one issue occurring. the solenoid block
was the obvious place to start
04gopackgo92: I have a 99 Cherokee with stock wheels and tires that is about 3mph off
between 0 and 30mph. Between 30 and 40 its about 4mph off 40 and 50 about
5mph off and so on. I took it to my local jeep dealer and they said they
couldn't find anything. It's frustrating
CascadeTransParts: a hard shift could be anything from high line pressure , to a sticking
friction plate. Was the fluid changed in the last couple years ? One thing
, you could remove the output speed sensor , and inspect the end of it.
They will always have some metal on them as they are magnetic , but if it
has a great deal of metal then you have have to overhaul it.
chris wilkinson: All mechanics I've talked to said that it could very well be this. It's
telling computer it's running at different temperature. My truck would
never switch into overdrive until it hit a certain temperature. I have
changed fluid and filter and added Lucas Transmission Fix.