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Can't remove my valve body from my transmission, 2007 dodge dakota with 3.7 liter engine,4x4. Seems to be stuck. Can't move shifter manually.

See the link for a video (part 1 of 2) with excellent guidance on your issue. Valve body removal starts at about 9 minutes. Make sure you have disconnected the large electrical connector that is connected directly to the valve body.
Part 1 2 45RFE 545RFE 65RFE and 68RFE transmission shifter linkage will...

Sep 02, 2017 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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2006 jeep grand cherokee input speed sensor were is it on gearbox

no engine stated (answer "IN box, not ON" shooting from hip...
and no matching transmission stated, there are 2,
one is Mercedes. called Nag1,
my guess asking for Hubby or BF?
and he looks for it and cant find it, i bet or wants me to look so he dont have to?

the vin code on your car will tell you which transmission is there
and the tag on its side, tells the same thing.
no symptoms stated
no scanned DTC errors posted.
just easter egg hunts.
the free book WK is there. read it? USA only are you> ??????

ever heard of jeep online
here it is. posted 100s of times. in fact your exact question vast times here.
see that, page see it ask you what you have.
nobody here can guess. MB is NAG1, same box.
5-45rfe is different.

the NAG1 2 speed sensors are here id 1 and 12
guess where this is?, , deep in side the box.

nag1-pn-u2bjsddgzpu32txdukv002sq-4-0.jpg why post DTC errors.?

the 5-45rfe box is 2 outside sensors. see here clearly.

Mar 29, 2017 | 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Changing tranny filer in 2005 dodge dakota with 3.7motor

You've got the 45RFE transmission. Here is a video on YouTube that shows the whole process. There are two filters in this transmission.
Dodge Dakota Transmission Service 45RFE 545RFE

Dec 19, 2016 | Dodge Cars & Trucks

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2005 dodge dakota tanny wont shift right after engine warm up what should i check

If you have the 3.7L V6 or 4.7L V8, your transmission is fully electronically controlled by a transmission control module (TCM). This module stores codes just like the PCM does for engine problems. Find a mechanic or a code reader that can read codes from the TCM to see if it has any codes stored, and what the codes indicate as the problem. If there are no codes, you may want to try just changing the fluid and filters (there are two) in the transmission.
See this video: Dodge Dakota Transmission Service 45RFE 545RFE

Nov 27, 2016 | 2005 Dodge Dakota

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Grand Cherokee Laredo Model 2000 Transmission Oil Quantity

Transmission 42RE Mopar ATF +4, type 9602 = 4-6 qts. (service) Transmission 45RFE or 545RFE Mopar ATF +4, type 9602 = 5.5 qts. (2WD) ATF+4 full synthetic

May 27, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Location of transmission temperature sensor 2002 liberty

on the transmission. 45RFE trans.?
is the engine overheating?

The transmission temperature sensor is mounted on the overdrive/torque converter clutch solenoid assembly and provides input to the TCM. When the temperature sensor reports 30 degrees F or colder, there will be no overdrive, and below 50 degrees F, there will be no torque converter clutch. If the transmission fluid temperature sensor reports an overheating condition (over 260 degrees F) and the transmission is currently in overdrive, the TCM will downshift to third gear. The TCM will also light the LED in the dash-mounted OD off switch until the temperature drops below 230 degrees F. However, the torque converter clutch may still be operational.

Mar 16, 2014 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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My trans was shifting hard and the speedometer would only work at and past 40 mph. I have replaced the trans speed sensor and the shifting seems to be better but my seedometer still will not work untill...

Ok the output speed sensor and the vehicle speed sensor are not the same sensor.The output speed sensor will be on the tailshaft housing of the transmission or to the rear of the transmission case if it is a 45rfe(5 speed auto).The vehicle speed sensor is in the top of rear differential housing.Be sure and douse the sensor with wd40 before you try to remove.Dry oring will cause sensor to stick and break and that can be a headache.Good Luck!

Apr 01, 2011 | 2000 Dodge Durango

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Dodge Dakota overdrive and ABS/brake problem

The problem could be in your differential. If the ABS traction ring has any defects in the teeth, the rear wheel speed sensor will stop registering and disable your ABS.
This may not resolve your transmission concern, but it may answer your ABS/Brake light problem.

Jun 29, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab

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Speedometer dead!

Speed sensor is bad,It is located on the rear axle.
Once replaced,Make sure to reset the computer.

Please rate this a fixya

Feb 11, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab

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