Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
I never change a PCV Valve. Wash them out,and move on, to the next thing on your list. The PCV regulates air flow,from your engines crankcase,to induction,to prevent pressure build up and remove and burn blowby gases Etc.
Why would you change the speed sensor,just because you got a code. The code is the symptom,not always the causes of the issues or problems.
You have driveability issues with the engine. Work on that first, e.g.--surging
Then go to trans issues,such as solenoid valve body.
You need professional help here. Too high tech and too much to know, to fix in your driveway.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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