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Speed sensor 1998 galant

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Hi:
On 1998 Mitsubishi Galant the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is located mounted on transmission, near the shift linkage.

You will need unplug the sensor by pulling the tangs on either side of the plug away from the connector, then pull the connector off the plug, unbolt the speed sensor, and finally install the new sensor and tighten the bolt firmly.

End this job plug in the sensor, ensuring that the connector snaps into place.

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Posted on Feb 24, 2012

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