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Location of venture speed control sensor

Where is the speed control sensor on a chevy venture

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  • kcarson494 Nov 25, 2008

    Thanks for help. We have looked on transmission and cannot find. Any other suggestions?

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    trying to locate aheater speed control relay on a 2006 chevy equinox

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Mounted on transmission. replacement part # su1289 about $15 location of venture speed control sensor - clearpixel.gif

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