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Speed odemeder not working - 1999 Nissan Quest

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    2000 Quest. I have the same problem. Appriciate any inputs.

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    speedometer is stuck on zero

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    The code comes up as P0500, which it says that it is the speed control sensor. Does anybody know where this is located on a 1997 Nissan Senrta?

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Hey i had the same problem and i fixed ,its pinion of that speedometer, if you go to that nissan dealer and ask for it, they gona tell you where this part goes cost about $13.00 this little part ist located at the end of the speedometer sensor but don,t came whit it so you have buy separet the only place you can get it is at the dealer oh ,the seepdometer sensor is on the transmission i hope this information will help you guys........ ALEX

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Speed sensor most likely.

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