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1993 Jeep Cherokee Country speedometer and odometer quit working...

It's a 4.0L, inline six, automatic transmission. Have a hunch it's the speed sensor, but can't find it. Looked on the tranfer case and around the transmission. Is this the most likely the problem? Can some one explain where to find the speed sensor, and maybe have a drawing or a link to one ?

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Mike











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Thanks for your response,

I got the sensor out, but there was no gear on it... replaced it and the new one did not fix the problem. What next ?

Thanks,
Mike

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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