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Where is the speed sensor in town & country 2001

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    on the transmission

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There are 2 speed sensors on your vehicle, an input speed sensor and an output speed sensor. Below is a pic showing the front of your transmission. The input sensor is closest to the engine. Both sensors look the same.

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  • grands4joys Mar 20, 2011

    very helpful, but is there a way to test the speed sensors without removal

  • Brian Franklin
    Brian Franklin Mar 26, 2011

    Not really without a DRB scanner. The sensors actually create a magnetic pulse as the componenet spins inside. The faster the componenet spins, the closer togather the pulses are. The computer then translates that pulse into how fast the shaft is rotating. The good thing is that if you have a single bad sensor and buy one sensor, it will work for both positions. You can replace the input speed sensor and see if the problem goes away. If not, simply put the new sensor into the output speed sensor position and re-install the input speed sensor that you had remove earlier. Most of the time it is the input speed sensor that fails.

  • Bob Smith
    Bob Smith Dec 03, 2017

    That diagram is totally NO for a Chrysler 2009 Town & Country!

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I just replaced 2 transmission sensors and they are different . One is straight line black and the other faces upward for the connection. unfortunately it made things worse and my 09 Chrysler T & W 3.8 is in limp mode. I was told it was a 6 speed and only had 1 sensor but found 2. So did Chrysler put the wrong Transmission in my van ? How do I fix this myself. i am poor and disabled with kids! Plz advise? Regards Bob servergms at yahoo

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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: location of the speed sensor on 1996 town & country

they are on the front drivers side of the transmisson and have two wires coming off them, there are two one is an input shaft sensor and the other is an output shaft sensor unless you have a 4 cyl van then there is only one sensor please rate -jeff

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SOURCE: Serpentine belt Town & Country

It should show the diagram on the radiator top panel...or up on the hood. If not, go to the library and look it up in a manual.

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SOURCE: radiator fan relay,2001 chrysler town country

the relay is located in the power distribution box under the hood the relay will be a square black or gray cube just pull out and make sure you rerplace it with the same type relay. refer to your owners manual for any questions regarding the fuses and relays

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you need to have the trouble codes read go to autozone they can read them for you and write them down and report back it is most likley a speed sensor on the transmission there is two of them and they are very cheap and easy to change called input /output speed sensors
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