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I have a 04 Chrysler Concorde with a 2.7L engine and has the automatic A606 42LE transaxle, my question is where is the input/output speed sensors located on this transmission, my input sensor is bad but I'm going to go ahead and change both cant find where the output sensor is located

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SOURCE: Trans in 2000 Concorde won't shift past second gear

what you probably have is a problem with the transmission control module. somehow the solenoids inside the transmission are not operating like they should because the module is not sending the the signal from the ecm. this is a good starting point. you could also try adding lucas to the trans because you could have a stuck solenoid. hope these are helpful options please rate...thanks

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SOURCE: locassion of output speed sensor on 2003 Town and Country

The input and output speed sensors look identical on the connector side. The one over the solenoid pack is the input, the one closer to the left frame rail or left front wheel is the output sensor. I hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 1999 Chrysler Concorde LXI 3.2

This sounds as if the input and output speed sensors may be having an issue. If you are putting a used tcm in it will have been powered down and basically reset to it's defaults.Would completely disconnect the battery and hold the cable ends together this will force a hard reset of the tcm and ecm which will return all adaptives to the factory presets.When started it may run very poorly for a few minutes until it relearns. You then should be able to drive it and it will continue it's adaptive learning curve.

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