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I can probably help you find out what's wrong with your Dakota, but first I need to know a couple of things:
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Most likely, the problem is a poor connection. Give me a couple of minutes to find the diagram so I can show you where to test. Be back in a bit.
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I would suspect a wiring harness issue. you have replaced the hard parts. did you inspect the wiring for any damage???
it is the harness from the transmission to the solenoids inside the trans. there is a connector at the trans that meets to the body harness. the rest of the harness is inside the trans.
yes, you could. I would visually inspect first to verify no damage to the wiring.
what has been done???
ok, you need to verify 12 volts to the solenoid and 12 volts on the return wire to the pcm. if you have voltage back on the return wire to the body harness, then you need to verify voltage at the pcm so it is seeing the signal. if all that is good, it is possible the pcm is the failure
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