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Old 11-21-2010, 03:17 PM
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When it is wet or after a wash down my Dodge d350,1993, has autotransmission shifting problems. The odometer also quiits. When it dries off or sometimes by stopping and re starting it, it sometimes solves the problem. Im sure it is a electrical relay/sender, but is it the one on the trany or elsewhere?
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What are you washing ? Just the outside of the truck or under the hood also .
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Just the outside. Thank You for your interest.
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Problem solved with the replacement of the vehicle speed sensor. Working great now. Thanks
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Thats interesting . Did you hose off the bottom side of the truck ?
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No bottom hoseing but when I checked the speed sensor I discovered the O ring was leaking and allowing fluid to enter the electric plug. My guess is that the combo of water and oil shorted the system as it did when it rained also. But a new sensor saved the day. Thanks for your interest.
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