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2006 jeep grand cherokee input speed sensor were is it on gearbox

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No engine stated (answer "IN box, not ON" shooting from hip...
and no matching transmission stated, there are 2,
one is Mercedes. called Nag1,
my guess asking for Hubby or BF?
and he looks for it and cant find it, i bet or wants me to look so he dont have to?

the vin code on your car will tell you which transmission is there
and the tag on its side, tells the same thing.
no symptoms stated
no scanned DTC errors posted.
just easter egg hunts.
the free book WK is there. read it? USA only are you> ??????
http://jeepdied.com/books.html

ever heard of jeep online
here it is. posted 100s of times. in fact your exact question vast times here.
see that, page see it ask you what you have.
nobody here can guess. MB is NAG1, same box.
5-45rfe is different.


http://www.factorychryslerparts.com/productSearch.aspx?&ukey_make=1064&ukey_model=15529&modelYear=2006&ukey_category=0&ukey_driveline=0&ukey_trimlevel=0&ukey_modelRange=0&isOnSale=0&searchTerm=







the NAG1 2 speed sensors are here id 1 and 12
guess where this is?, , deep in side the box.


2006 jeep grand cherokee input speed sensor were i - nag1-pn-u2bjsddgzpu32txdukv002sq-4-0.jpg why post DTC errors.?


the 5-45rfe box is 2 outside sensors. see here clearly.

http://www.factorychryslerparts.com/products/Jeep/2006/Grand-Cherokee4x4--57L-Hemi-Multi-Displacement--5-Spd-Automatic-5-45RFE/SENSOR-Transmission-Input-Speed--Transmission-Output-Speed/4280857/04799061AB.html

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Photo attached showing location on gearbox/transfer box
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