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On a 2.4L there is a input speed sensor/output speed sensormichael_cass_177.jpgmichael_cass_178.jpg

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The input and output speed sensors look identical on the connector side. The one over the solenoid pack is the input, the one closer to the left frame rail or left front wheel is the output sensor. I hope this helps.

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I have a 95 Cirrus LX 2.5L V6 and had to find this, too, because I needed to replace it. (You can search the internet for images of this so you'll know what it looks like.)
This sensor is in a tough location to get to... the sensor slips into a hole on the engine block directly underneath the distributor. (I wasn't able to even see it with a flashlight from any angle -- that's why you need to know what it looks like so you can feel for it with your fingers.)
You'll have to remove the air intake housing, remove the throttle assembly and also remove the intake manifold.
It's tough to replace this sensor because of its location -- it'll try your patience but it can be done. Stick your hand down between the distributor and the master brake cylinder and feel underneath the distributor. You should feel a bolt head with a nut on it (this holds the sensor in place); near the nut should be a small electrical connector. It's on a short set of wires from the sensor. You'll need to disconnect this and remove the lock-down nut before the sensor can be pulled out of its hole in the engine block.

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I have a 95 Cirrus LX 2.5L V6 and had to find this, too, because I needed to replace it. (You can search the internet for images of this so you'll know what it looks like.)
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