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Transmission Sensor Problem

I have a 1995 Dodge Caravan SE and I just bought a transmission for my van and the transmission that originally came out of my van has 4 sensors verses the one i bought that has 3 sensors. Does it make a big difference that one transmission has more than the other? Is there anything I can do besides buying a brand new transmission? Is there anyway to hook up the three without the 4th.

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You got the wrong year model, and it will make a difference. You need to take that tranny back, and get the correct one.

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Where is the crankshaft position sensor located in a 1995 Dodge Caravan SE?


The Crank Position sensor is mounted on the transmission Bell housing - back side - a few inches above the extension housing for the passenger side drive axle.
You can get to it from under the hood - easier to see if you take all the air cleaner/intake hose away from over the transmission.
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1. Proper way to adjust is to apply the provided stick-on disc to the end of the sensor (looks like a felt pad - about the thickness of a credit card)
2. Check in side the hole to make sure the sensor ring Does Not have a window directly in line (turn crank pulley slightly to correct)
3. Install the sensor - slide it in to touch the sensor ring - tighten the bolt.
4. plug the sensor back into the harness
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IF YOU DON"T HAVE THE SPACER PAD:
You will have to install the sensor to touch the ring and move it back slightly (about the thickness of a credit card)
When you start the engine - if you hear it hitting - the sensor ring may be slightly bent and you will need to adjust it out.
If you have it to far in it will hit - too far out will not start.
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