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Do i need a vehicle speed sensor if the speedometer doesnt work

95 impala ss how do i install the vsp

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The speedometer uses a the signal from the speed sensor on the drivers side of the transmission near the tail shaft. The sensor is held in with a retaining bolt and pulls out after removing the bolt.

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