Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Ok the output speed sensor and the vehicle speed sensor are not the same sensor.The output speed sensor will be on the tailshaft housing of the transmission or to the rear of the transmission case if it is a 45rfe(5 speed auto).The vehicle speed sensor is in the top of rear differential housing.Be sure and douse the sensor with wd40 before you try to remove.Dry oring will cause sensor to stick and break and that can be a headache.Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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