Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
The part is located on the transmission. It is plug type
number on part is 20000001A
On the caravan tranny here is list of external parts . stand in front of the van facing the driver kinda little of the center to the driver side... look down . between the rad and tranny there are two tranny cooler rubber hoses . one input sensor/two wire plug on your left and on your right is output sensor/two wire plug. directly look down and you ll see an eight wire rectangular plug/bolt in center plugged into the shift solenoid . again on your right is another smaller rectangular plug/no part which is your selector switch and safety switch which is internal and that my friend is the story.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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