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94 Explorer Ltd 4 wd- can't find the Vehicle Speed Sensor on the transmission. Where is it and the best way to get to it to replace it?

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Here's a link for you, it will be on the transmission.

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528018edd8


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I cannot locate the vehicle speed sensor. I found two sensors on the transfer case and on the transmission but was told neither was the vss. Please advise


Mounted to the speedometer cable located at the rear driver's side of the transmission, or, possibly incorporated into the instrument cluster (Ford switched to doing this at some point prior to 1994 model year, which did not have traditional VSS.)

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Location of speed sensor


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Where is the vehicle speed sensor located? The scanner read code PO717.


On the transmission, drivers side. In front of the main harness. It is the input speed sensor. small plug.

Aug 08, 2015 | 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee locks up in overdrive. I can turn off the overdrive and the transmission shifts beautifully. Not sluggish on take off at all. At a loss on what it could be any help would be...


Bad sensor. Cannot say exaclty which one, but I would assume the throttle position sensor. Could possibly be the switch on the shifter needs replacing, or the overdirve relay needs to be replaced.

Below is a method you can "self diagnose"


To get codes out of the Transmission Control Module (TCM). The lamp in the Overdrive OFF switch is used to signal the various flash codes. To view flash codes, proceed as follows:

  1. Turn ignition key ON-OFF-ON-OFF-ON finally leaving the key in the ON position. Leave the Overdrive OFF Switch in the normal overdrive (ON) position.
  2. Immediately begin counting the number of flashes displayed by the Overdrive OFF Switch indicator lamp.
  3. Flash codes will correspond to Powertrain Control Module codes in duration and spacing.
  4. A code 55 identifies the end of flash code transmission.
And the possible codes are:

  • 11 No Engine Speed Sensor Signal
  • 12 No Output Shaft Sensor Signal
  • 13 No Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal
  • 14 Governor Pressure Sensor Signal
  • 15 Throttle Position Signal
  • 16 Transmission Temperature Sensor
  • 17 Overdrive Off Switch Circuit
  • 18 System Voltage Out of Limits
  • 19 Standby Voltage Out of Limits
  • 21 Governor Pressure Solenoid Circuit
  • 22 3-4 Solenoid Circuit
  • 23 Torque Converter Clutch Circuit
  • 24 Overdrive Off Lamp Circuit
  • 25 EEPROM Checksum Error
  • 26 Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Drift
  • 55 End of Message
If you still get no codes, then we have to explore a mechanical problem inside the transmission. Possibly the overdrive solenoid not venting or a lower valve body malfunction.

best of luck and let us know?

Mar 01, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Ok im like the 3000 preson ive seen here with overdrive problems~? it wont go into overdrive,ive read everything from change the over drive sennsor(in the trany?) to replace the ecu~! any an all help to...


Shoot the transmission or better yet get a wire and command the overdrive itself to come on. But before you can do this look at the transmission fluid is it burnt or very very dark?And when you check transmission fluid level(car running) is it foaming or you see little bubbles.If you do shoot the transmission. Okay now check throttle cable or TV the one on the throttle body youll have 2 of them with is at wide open throttle take hold of the transmission downshift part does it have 1/4 freeplay it should cause that can affect the downshift.which in turns affects the overdrive. Now lets get to the dirty part in order for this transmission to have over drive. 2 solenoids signal must be in the off postion when the vehicle is in fourth gear . Your not slipping right? Now there is a sensor called O/d direct speed sensor(NC2) it detects rotaion speed of the clutch drum. all this does is detect shift timing by comparing NC@ sensor signal to the VSS vehicle speed sensor. this is the one on top of the transmission its called an input sensor or turbine. Now is the overdrive working yes it is does it feel like it works nope.when you turn on the overdrive and the O/D light is on its only transmission shift quality you only have 4 gears your transmission is a A541E 4 -SPD. Its working fine stop thowing part into it and dont shoot it.

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Where is the propeller shaft speed sensor located?


The speed sensor is located out on the transmission extension housing (tail housing), and there can be two different types of sensors used.

Here are some images both 2-WD and 4-WD to help assist you, and let my know if you require any further assistance.


Speed Sensors.

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2 Wheel Drive Transmission.
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4X4 Transmission and Transfer Case.
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Idle problem


For best results, always state your engine size and Transmission type as well as 2WD or 4 WD. I assumed 5.0L. SECTION 303-14: Electronic Engine Controls 1999 Explorer/Mountaineer Workshop Manual REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Procedure revision date: 02/13/2003 Throttle Position (TP) Sensor —5.0L Removal
  1. Disconnect the throttle position (TP) sensor electrical connector.
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  1. Remove the TP sensor.
    • Remove the two screws.
    • Remove the TP sensor.
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Installation
  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
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How much transmisson fluid does a 2000 tracker take?


Well we don't know what size engine your vehicle has or weather it is a auto transmission or manual but here are the capacities.
Auto transmission
4 speed- 4wd 7.5 quarts
4 speed 2wd 7.8 quarts
Manual transmission 2 wd 4.0 quarts
Manual transmission 4 wd 3.2 quarts

this information is for 2.0L 4 cylinder engine code (C) DOHC
if you need information for 1.6L then send me a message back and I will give you the info.

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Troubleshooting code p0715 ford explorer 1999. can you tell me what this is saying and possible solutions


P0715 Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit Malfunction in your transmission.

It indicates one or more of the following:
  • an open or short in O/D direct clutch speed sensor circuit# 1 vehicle speed sensor failure
  • O/D direct clutch speed sensor failure
  • ECM
  • Auto-trans assembly
I would definitely find a qualified transmission repair center for solution.

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Not shifting into drive


Look into the speedometer issue. The pcm won't shift the transmission right without the speed input. Check the vehicle speed sensor. Is it 2 or 4 wheel drive?

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