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Old 11-29-2011, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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instructions for replacing governor pressure sensor?

Getting ready to order the governor pressure sensor and HD governor pressure solenoid off of ebay from Cascade. Was hoping someone here has replaced these before and can offer some tips and possibly instructions.
I've had the pan off before to change the filter and trans fluid so I just need to know what to do from there. thanks.
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Dodge Cummins Automatic Transmission 48re Gov Pressure/Transducer Solenoid Replacement - YouTube

hope this helps
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its cake, first thing i did to my first cummins because it wouldnt shift right. once you get the filter off you will see a little bracket with the solinoid in it and its just r&r from there. good luck man
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thanks for the help. I'll get parts on order and do this over the Christmas shutdown.
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Click > 1996 DODGE RAM FACTORY SERVICE CD-Dodge Cummins Diesel Truck Accessories – Geno’s Garage

If you are going to work on your truck, you need one of these.
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They are easy to change but id get genuine MOPAR parts from yer local dealer. Theyll last longer. I put on the cheaper onesin before just, asken for issues, just my 2$.
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