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48RE Pressure Transducer 2000 Up

Retail: $76.29
Our Price: $57.88
You Save: $18.41
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Our Number: 12415C
Manufacturer: Oem Supplier
Mfg Part # : 68164850AA / 56028196AD
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48RE Governor Pressure Transducer (Sensor) 

This Design fits only 2000 Up Applications
We are offering this at Half of what it would cost from a Dodge or Chrysler Dealership.
This contains 4 flat pins , on a square connector as pictured.
The Pressure Transducer functions as a trigger for the Pressure Solenoid.

This is an Easy replacement with the transmission still in the truck.

This Should always be replaced at the same time as the pressure solenoid.


Our Part #  12415C
Industry Part # 22955A
Mopar Part # 56028196AD / 68164850AA

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We do offer combined shipping for multiple purchases to Export Customers.
We would appreciate the opportunity to serve your transmission parts needs ! ! !

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Product Reviews

(3 Ratings, 2 Reviews) Average Rating:
Your Assistance
Wesley K (Baggs , WY) 6/3/2013 8:50 AM
Thanks for everything , Parts worked great including the you tube videos.
Totally different truck
Seth Cornish (Alliance, NE) 3/17/2013 3:27 PM
I have installed gov. pressure sensor and gov. solenoid on multiple trucks and I am still amazed on how well these change the way the truck shifts. I tell all my customers to get these when I do transmission services and they are just as happy. One thing to remember is that you need to adjust the bands.