Question about 2000 Chrysler Cirrus
There should be 2 on the drivers side of the transmission. An input speed sensor 4800878 $21.95 and an output speed sensor 4800879 $21.95. These are easy to replace. First locate the 2 which should have a wiring harness attached to them, Second unhook the wires, Third unscrew them out individually as to not get them confused because they are different in shape just barely. Fourth screw in the new ones,Fifth replace the wires and you should be done.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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