Q: Can't find input speed sensor for 2009 Grand Cherokee. Code p2767.

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Can't find input speed sensor for 2009 jeep grand cherokee. Code p2767. Have the part. I know the job is stupid easy. Just can't find it.

My car has 100000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The input sensors are part of the transmission electrohydraulic control unit mounted on the right side of the transmission.

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