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Re: speed sensor diagram for 2000 ford ranger
It is in the hole (held in place by a Y shaped clamp) where the speedo cable used to go on the side of the trans, has 2 wires coming out of it, it is round with a round connector. Is this for an ABS problem? if so the sensor is on the top of the differential housing.
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The speed sensors are usually on the rear of the tranny, you should have 2 sitting back there, one is the speedometer, and the other is the speed sensor. Now, I am not 100% positive of your truck, but take a peek and see what you got. Hope it helps.
Transmission sensor.your gear ratio was not set up properly..Its supposed to be mapped out soo the tranny shifts at a neutral rpm(around 2500-3400 rpm) its punching into gear correct?could have been a rebuilt tranny in which case they just replace the current problem..Or it could be a flywheel.1st thing to get done is to change the transmission fluid and filter.Goto midas or somewhere like they and they call it a flush and fill and it costs around $160 which is best case scenario.