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Posted on Apr 08, 2015
I'm not positive on the 2007 specifically, but in most cases the shift solenoid is located inside the transmission fluid pan, above the filter. Drain the fluid/drop the pan, remove the transmission filter, and you SHOULD see the solenoid just above the front edge of the opening...
Again I'm not positive on the 07, this is just where they are located on most of the trucks I have encountered. On that note, before you open it up make sure you have a new filter & gasket and enough new fluid to fill the pan after servicing (normally 4-5 quarts will do it) keep in mind a service fill is considerably less fluid than the total fluid capacity of your transmission... good luck !
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 dodge 1500 wont shift
first of all standard or auto i am guessing its standed standard under drivers side hood near master cylinder there is a small clutch reservoir if there isnt enough fluid it wont extend the throw out bearing far enough for a shift because the clutch pedal is hitting the floor not enough fluid to extend the slave cylinder to drive the fork second faulty slave cylinder or throw out bearing as far as the light blown dash bulb or somone snipped the wire or took the bulb out
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
All the shift solenoids are in the transmission. You will have to remove the oil pan from the bottom of the transmission to access these. All the solenoids are on a package/ housing. They come off as a unit. You can replace these one at a time, but you really need to know what your looking for. It could be a bad solenoid , bad wiring in the transmission, bad connection at the plug going to the transmission, bad wiring going to the transmission. Computers will pop out a code, but you have to check everything that is related to that sensor/ solenoid.
Posted on Aug 03, 2011
When were your pads replaced last? Aftermarket semi-metallic pads are all different. You could four sets of pads by the same manufacturer and three sets are fine and the forth set will squeal all of the time. If the brakes only make noise when you are applying pressure that is about all it could be. Your pads probably look new and still squeal. Try having your rotors resurfaced or scuffed up and see if that helps!
Posted on May 15, 2012
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