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1992 dodge dakota transmission mount

Which way does this mount turn i think mind is on upside down allowing the engine to not set level

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I replaced the transmission in my 1992 dakota v-8 /318 now it want start it will turn over but want crank like it has no fire


Best possibility is that you failed to replace or reconnect the crankshaft position sensor after changing the transmission. It is positioned at the rear of the engine at
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Best possibility is that you failed to replace or reconnect the crankshaft position sensor after changing the transmission. It is positioned at the rear of the engine at
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Changing motor mounts


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Hi and welcome to FixYa!

If you have this problem, I strongly suggest that you replace the fluid. If the fluid is burnt it tends to slip.

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