assuming it's automatic. it's inside the transmission. and it's not a sensor really. it's hydraulic pressure that builds in a planetary gear system. if it won't shift, then your inner tranny seals are toast and it's gonna cost you about $600 to have fixed. whatever you do, do not try to repair the tranny yourself. it's ugly, nasty, and scary in there with hundreds of little springs, fittings, and seals that just love to run, jump, and play where you can't find them. There is more than one sensor that regulates shifting. The one I'm familiar with is the input speed sensor. What happen to my car was the check engine light came on the first day but the car seemed fine. On the 2nd day it got stuck in 2nd gear but I found out if I shut the car off and restarted it, the transmission would go thru the gears twice but on the third time it would stay in 2nd gear. I took it to the shop to have them put it on the computer and the tech said the input sensor was bad he suggested changing the output speed sensor also because his experience was they are bad for going out also. The shop wanted $100.00 for putting them in so I just bought the parts and put them in myself. It took me about 2 hrs and after changing the sensors the check engine light went off and the car shifts fine. The transmission is a automatic.
concentration of water A concentration of solutes regulates the flow of water through a cell membrane.
Trish Stratus isn't coming back. EVER get it through your heads people
Skin regulates temperature, through perspiration.
the thickness of the membrane
It regulates the amount of light that passes through a specimen.
It regulates what comes in and out through the cell
The diagram for a 2000 Stratus water pump and cooling system is in the Dodge Stratus service manual. The manual can be purchased through most auto parts.
Through the dipstick tube with a funnel...
The hypothalamus regulates core body temperature, by monitoring the temperature of blood as it flows through this part of the brain. Hypothalamus
The hypothalamus regulates the pituitary glands. By secreting hormones into it [which will than trigger more hormones to be released] or by sending signals through nerves. :]
A diaphragm regulates the amount of light entering the microscope. Stage opening allows light to pass through the stage of the microscope.
It regulates the use of bandwidth through the FCC.
The Diaphragm or diaphragm control lever regulates the amount of light passing through the slide specimen on the microscope stage.
The evap canister is under the Stratus body, near the filler pipe. The canister helps control fuel fumes through the charcoal inside of it.
regulates the entry/exit of materials in the nucleus through nuclear pores
FCC- fed. communications commission
regulates the flow of blood in the arteriesexpels urine from your urinary bladdersends babies out into the world from the uterusregulates the flow of air through the lungs
You may have broken motor mounts.
cause when you swim you push the water to the side thrusting you forward through the water
it lets coolant flow through the engine when it gets to a certain temperature Regulates the temperature.