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Old 06-26-2009, 05:18 PM
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Question Where in the world are the speed input and output sensors on a 1996 Town and country?

I am looking for my transmission speed input and output sensors on my 1996 Town and Country and cannot find them.
I have read that one is located on the transmission under the battery. I cannot find it or the other one.

If someone can help me that would be great. Pictures would be great as well if anyone can provide them.

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here ya go
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Question same problem in 02 T&C!

I have to P0720 and P0700 codes on a T & C 2002. Someone recommended changing the speed sensors, but I do not know where they are. when I turn the air conditioning and I stopped, the speedometer fluctuates and sometimes the car hesitates...
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Would you by chance have a photo of the location of the speed sensors on a 2001 Town and Country. I will appreciate a copy.
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Look down where the trans cooler lines are. Just above the solenoid pack is the Input, the Output is a little around to the right of it. They both look identical on the outside. Off-white-ish in color
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Just Googled it:
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