On Oct 18, 7:48 pm, Jer <jerzi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 1995 Ram 1500 V8 5.2L auto with overdrive, 2 wheel drive, SLT, 160,000
> miles with trailer towing package. Codes 12, 37, 32, 55. 12 battery
> disconnected, 32 EGR and 55 end.
>
> >From other sites (http://www.allpar.com/fix/80s-codes.html) code 37

>
> refers to 3 items,
>
> 1:Shift indicator light failure, 5-speed I GOT AUTO TRANS
> 2art throttle lock/unlock solenoid driver circuit (87-89)
>
> WRONG YEAR
>
> 3:solenoid coil circuit (85-89 Turbo I-IV)
> WRONG YEAR & truck is NON-TURBO
>
> 4: Trans temperature sensor voltage low (1995 and on;
>
> see NOTE 2) Note 2 From the 1995 TRUCK manuals: the trailer towing
> package includes a transmission coolant temp sensor while the standard
> package doesn't. This may cause the low (no) voltage indication.
>
> I Checked around the transmission and found a 2 prong connector coming
> out of the wiring harness and its not connected to anything. I can't
> find anything to plug that into on the transmission. There are three
> other cables connecting to the transmission, all on the same side, one
> in the front by the shifting levers(3 big wires), a small 3 prong
> connector somewhat in the middle and another 3 wire one on the back
> end. Also when I am doing about 55MPH and depress the gas pedal down,
> not enough to kick the gears down, the RPMs pick up about 200RPM and
> the speed starts to creep up. The truck drives just fine.
> Advance Auto had a sensor with two pins but I can't find it on the
> transmission.
>
> Questions: Where is the temperature sensor for the transmission
> coolant. What is that dangling 2 prong connector for?
>
> Help PLEASE.


I installed a new EGR valve. Ran the truck for 15 minutes on the
highway, no engine lite. YEA!!!
Why this would make code 37 go away is anyones guess.




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