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Input speed sensor

Where is the input speed sensor on malibu 98 4 cl

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  • dave smith
    dave smith May 11, 2010

    do you mean speedometer cable, usually these connect to your transmision, check underneath the car


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Near the joint on passengers side axle.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

  • carl Feb 20, 2010

    it is near the joint on passenger side axle.

  • carl Jun 13, 2010

    tranny speed sensor is near the joint on passenger side of axle.

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SOURCE: turbine input speed sensor

NO the sensor is out side the transmission. And it might just be a bad connection due to being out in the eliments. On the 3.1 your going to have to jack up the car to get to it from underneath and you should see it on the passenger side may be on top, Sorry been awhile and carful not to brake the clips that hold the wire to the sensor when disconnecting.
Good luck and hope this helps

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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