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I have a 98 plymouth voyager se 3.3l auto (4 speed) and the speedo bounces cause the vehicle to have a jerking motion. when the speedo stays a 0 the vehicle runs fine but this doesn't last long befoer the speedo bounces. it also bounces when you are not moving the bouncing goes from 0 to 200 and when moving its between 20 and 80 . any help would be appreciated

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  • cliffcox May 07, 2009

    where is the speed sensor located?



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Replace the vehicle speed sensor, I am sure this is the cause of the problem, about $40.00 for the part

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