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Where and how do u change aspeed sensor

I have been looking for the speed sensor but i cant find it where is it at and how do i change it

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If you are talking the vehicle speed sensor on a 3 speed transmission it should be held into the top of the passenger side axle housing and is held in by a 10mm headed bolt

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