Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Hello on my 2000 dodge durango i get the code p0700 which is the output speed sensor. how do i go about changing it and where is it exactly located @ any detaile dinfo will be greatly appericated
I have been diving into my factory service manual, and the P0700 should have another trans trouble code stored with it, a "Generic" code reader may not be able to read the other trans code, if it after a trip to the dealer to sort out this code turns up nothing (no other stored codes) then there may be a problem in the TCM (Transmission control module) so u should get this to the dealer and have them read the codes and report them to u.
Posted on May 15, 2009
It is possible that there are other causes, but if you just want to replace the output speed sensor:
it should be easy enough to find. it will be along the tail shaft pointing perpendicular to the drive shaft. It will have two wires for a harness. simply unplug the sensor, put a drop pan under it in case some fluid drops out. then just wrench it out, install the new one and hook everything back up. check fluid level if applicable... good luck
Posted on May 14, 2009
I'm in the same boat, my 2003 dodge durango 5.9L just gave me a code P0456, P0440, P0441, and P0700....was running fine day before headed out next morning and it casually shut off while driving and wouldn't start back up. I'm at my wits end well I also no nothing about cars lol
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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