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Transmissions sensor i need to replace the transmission sensor but cant find it. where is it pleaseeee?

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I think we'll need a little more information. Are you looking for the neutral start sensor switch? Or maybe vehicle speed sensors? Is this an automatic? AWD? Why do you need to change this nonspecific part....is there some trouble code?

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