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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Speed Sensor
The Speed sensor on your Honda Accord 97.
Is located on the Transmission.
If you follow the Lower Radiator hose from the rad to the engine.
The hose end on the Thermostat housing.
OK.. Just on direction of the thermostat housing .
Under the housing you Will see on the transmission the Speed sensor, with a connector of 3 wires. Is the only sensor at this
Part of the Transmission..
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Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Your speed sensor, is located on top of the transaxle, near the starter. To access it, remove the battery, then remove the battery tray (4 10mm bolts). You will see wires coming from the lower oxygen sensor, and they snap into the bracket that holds the speed sensor in place. The actual speed sensor has a 2 wire clip on it, and is held in place by the bracket and a 10mm bolt.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Have the same problem with the input speed sensor. The part, so far, is only made by Mitsubishi (Part No. 8651A111) and cost about $110 (w/ tax in TX).
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
its on the front of the transmission below the coil it compares the input shaft/turbine speed against the speed of the output sensor it is checking to see how much slip or diffrenece in shaft speeds the only time the two shafts are spinning at the same time is when torque converter is in lockup
get this sensor from ford dealer for a little more than $100 bucks
Part number F32Z7F040A
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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