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Tranny limpmode where is the input/output speed sensors located

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  • John Jon May 11, 2010

    in the speed cable that goes in trans mission these usual get hit with road debris such as branch or chunk of snow or old age hi Mks!!!!!!!



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This vehicle dont have a speedo cable its electronic the imput sensor is above the solinoid pac the output sensor at the rear of the transmission up on the side these transmissions are bad about speed sensors

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