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Speed sensor location

My 2001 caravan 3.3 liter  went into limp mode. the codes p0500 and p1698 came up i checked the pcm and tcm connections and added electrical grease i need to know where the speed sensor is located the ones i see do not look like the pictures in the parts catalogs

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    Mil on, no speedo. Van in limp in mode, 2nd gear only. p 1697. Is this a bad PCM or is it the TCM???

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Hi my name is Allen!

Both the Input and Output speed sensors or mounted on the side of the trans, they are not to far away from each other, you will see the electrical plug coming out of eack one of them. They are round, biege in color with a black end on it where the connector plugs into. If you don't know which one is bad you will need to replace them both.

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Had the same problem with the codes, and tranny was doing some crazy stuff. turned out it was only the eatx fuse in the fuse box under the hood.

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I had the exact same problem. Under the battery tray is a ground stud for a wire that branches off from the harness. This is the ground wire for the tcm. loosen it , clean the contact, and re tighten it.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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