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1998 Rodeo Transmission Speed Sensor

My speedometer / odometer has quit working. Does anyone know where the transmission speed sensor is located on the '98 Rodeo and how to access it?

Thanks My uncle has an 92 Isuzu rodeo. He tells me that it stops running and looses power when it warms up. He was told the speed sensor needs to be replaced. It did not seen like the right diagnosis to me. Can someone give me some advice or ideas?
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1992 trooper auto.when mine warms up it wil not down shift ,could it be the speed sensor ????

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Hi, I have a trooper also, I am pretty sure if it has a speed sensor it would ;located on the transmission near the tailshaft. Not sure that will help, but mine is a standard, so I can't look for you.
or the transfer case maybe?

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