This will make the third time I have had this problem since purchasing the vehicle. 1998 Dodge Ram Van - 1500 series 5.2L. Blower motor stops working at lower speeds, and eventually stops working all together. Could there be a problem other than the blower motor.
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There are two in the front, one on each wheel and the rear might have one in the pumpkin.
The one in the top of the rear axle is the main speed sensor, the front sensors are only there if it has 4 wheel abs.
The vehicle speed sensor is located on the top of the rear axle.
Pre 1998 the speed sensor signal comes from the back of the trans/transfer case. 1998 and later the speed sensor signal comes from the rear axle speed sensor.
step 1.Remove steering wheel horn cover
step 2.Remove steering wheel retaining nut (disconect airbag if so equipped)
step 3.Using moderate force remove wheel from steering column
step 4.Discard vehicle (donate,push off cliff,leave on train tracks,ect)
step 5.Purchase new vehicle (preferably a non-lemon)
step 6.Swap steering wheel with one from step 3
step 7.Enjoy the feeling of having "fixed" your auto troubles