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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.
Sensor located on transmission needs to be replaced, not a serviceable part.There are 2 sensors, the one located on top of transmission near the engine is the one that displays the speed on the dashboard.
It is located on the side of the transmission, requires 1 bolt, will notice a power plug which you must unplug wire connector, remove the bolt then the sensor canbe removed from your transmission it will pull out. Before installing your new sensor you may want to rub a little transmission oil on the part of the sensor that goes in transmission there is a o-ring on the part. This will help it go in alot more easier also lubricate you new part. Hopefully this was helpfull the sensor is around $100.00 - $140.00.
Use the Phillips screwdriver to loosen the screw in the
intake boot clamp at the throttle body. Slide the intake boot off the
throttle body. Pull the other end of the intake boot off the air filter
Locate the Accord speed sensor at the top of the back side of
the transmission, close to the firewall. It has two 10-mm bolts holding
it in, and an electrical connector at the top. Unplug the electrical
connector by squeezing the clip at the top and sliding it off the speed
Use the ratchet, extension and 10-mm socket to remove the two bolts located on the sides of the speed sensor.
Remove the speed sensor by pulling on it. You may have to twist it back and forth to work it free. If the drive link does not come out with the speed sensor,
remove it from the transmission. The drive link is a very small part
that links the speed sensor with the transmission.
Speed Sensor Installation
Insert the drive link into the new speed sensor. Carefully
place the speed sensor onto the transmission, making sure that the drive
link lines up in the shaft.
Install the two 10-mm bolts and tighten them until they are snug.
Slide the electrical connector back onto the speed sensor until it clicks into place.
Reinstall the intake boot by sliding it over the throttle
body and air filter housing. Tighten the Phillips screw in the clamp at
the throttle body.
Start the Accord and test drive it to verify that the speedometer is working properly.
hi , their is two different speed sensors on your vehicle one is the input speed sensor which is inside the transmission and the transmission will have to be removed to replace it the other one s the output speed sensor is located directly above the passenger side trans-axle shaft. your input sensor is the sensor which tells the transmission when to shift and the output speed sensor tells the speedometer what it should display and both those parts are fairly cheap they are around 15-25 dollars but just remember if your input speed sensor is bad it is gonna cost you a minimum of 1000 dollars to have a mechanic fix as the transmission needs to be removed hope this is what you needed
There are two speed sensors one is called a revolution sensor that is located on the case of the transmission. You can take the driver side wheel off and see the sensor on the top of the case of the transmission. A 10mm bolt is holding it in. Easy fix
there 3 sensors, the first is the speed sensor located on top of transaxle, then the NC speed sensor located rear of transaxle and the NM speed sensor located on the front of transaxle,(transaxle = transmission) there are a couple of solenoids also, heres a diagram to help you, hope this is helpful.
Most likely your speed sensors are bad, this causes the transmission to seem like its "stuck" in second gear or in "limp" mode. I can also be your TCM (transmission control module). But from your description, it's most likely the speed sensors located on the top of the transmission. Make sure you replace them with an exact replacement are they are not interchangeable. Hope this helps.
On Top of the Transmission. You can see the Black sensor just under the
Air Breather Intake assembly in front of the driver side.
It has an electrical wire connection and is bolted onto the tranny with
(2)5/16" hex head bolts and (1)1/2" nut that holds the throttle arm to
the sensor. Very easy to replace.