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abs big problem for none good technicians sometimes..if your ss is brand new and the problem still there.. theres is one thing to do.. need actual check up for sensor calibration for those new sensors..how? add me firstname.lastname@example.org i tell you how its done trough skype
If you mean the speed sensor for the speedometer, there is an input and output for an LS model. You just need to know which one you need. Keep in mind, if they are using a trouble code to recommend a part, the part has to be tested first. Trouble codes do not tell you what to replace, just what to test.
Go to the nearest Autozone and do again a code scanning.If the code is reporting lean or rich mixture from O2 sensors, then the problem are not the sensors but something else.
Lean sensor is often caused by vacuum leak. Rich may be given by a defective sensor in air intake or by other causes, like an EGR valve stuck open. Check also fuel pressure to ensure that pump and pressure regulator are OK.
My 2003 Ram 1500, would not engage the cruise control, when the speed sensor on the rear axle, was the problem. The other symptoms, speedometer worked irregularly. Replaced speed sensor on top center of rear axle, and problem went away.