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Where is the speed sensor located on a 1995 mitshibishi galant with 2.4 eng. automatic transmission

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The sensor should be located where the shifter cable is attached to the trans. It will have a plug with several wires. Usually there will be a way to align it, like a hole with a pin when it should be in neutral.

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