I believe it is a speed sensor located on my transmission, but i''m not sure where it is or how hard it is to replace myself. my instrument panel sppedometer,tach, and gas gage are all not working. i replaced the fuses and now it is stuick in 1st gear.
Re: won't cahnge gears and it not the transmisson,
You can try to replace a small plastic piece bought from the vw dealership for about 35 dollars--it controls all the gear changes and is located under the air filter on the driver side of the vehicle--it slips through another piece and often breaks because it is plastic
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The transmission sensor or speed sensor is located in most vehicle located on the transmission case.These speed sensors are driven by a gear located on the output shaft. The speed sensor's driven gear can be either machined or fastened by a clip. The driven gear is made by plastic to make it softer than the drive gear. It's located on the end of the vehicle speed sensor.
Hello Keith ! Since you are using Haynes Manual Book and you can not locate the component you are looking for, I do not know whether anyone can help you having the autodata program just getting in the system putting the vehicle details and go to components location and surely you will locate it. I believe the speed sensor should be on the automatic transmission.
The input an output speed sensors are located in the front of the transmission (the side facing the radiator). The input speed sensor is the one right below the rubber transmission cooler lines. the out put speed sensor looks exactly the same and is located more toward the drivers side of the transmission.
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The vehicle speed sensor for the speedometer is in the rear axle housing.
The engine speed sensor is behind the passenger side cylinder head, I believe, and is kind of a pain to replace. It sticks into the bell housing of the transmission and reads the speed of the flywheel.
I had to replace both of these sensors on my 99 ram with the 318 V8.
Since you have the die hard, can not kill 4.0, I believe this mated with the 42RE transmission. My understanding It use's a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear).The 42RE transmissions use a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear).The 42RE transmissions use a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear).
I believe you have the 4EAT better known as the E-CAT
the turbine speed sensor is a common problem and easy fix
the sensor is located on top of the transmission it is simply a magnetic pick-up, you can access this just by raising the hood and looking on top of the transmission it just screws out and the new one screws in.
The "Vehicle Speed Sensor" signal is generated by the transmisson output speed sensor. That is the one located at the rear of the case. It is externally mounted. That supplies "vehicle speed" info to the other On-Board Computers. The input turbine speed sensor is located just behind the bell housing area of the case. I believe the trans controller is the only module that needs that info. The Crank Position Sensor give engine RPM info and it is located on the bell housing near the engine block. I hope this helps.
you need a new speed sensor located on the gearbox with 2 size ten bolts holding it on and a 3 pin connection going into it! heres a pic http://www.hondacivicrepairs.com/views/honda-civic-speed-sensor.JPG