Question about 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab
I have a 2000 Dodge Dakota. A couple of months ago I noticed the transmission was 'jerky' but if I clicked off the overdrive on the end of the gearshift lever, it worked fine...just didn't go into overdrive.
Over the weekend I was driving it and the ABS light came on as well as the brake light - I pressed in on the brake and it was very mushy as the peddle went almost to the floor.
I had presumed the overdirve problem might be a speed sensor. Would thte brake problem have anything to do with it also?? If not, what?
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.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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