Question about 1989 GMC Suburban
Tranny has only one wiring connector for the lockup torque converter, tailshaft at rear of transfer case has only mech speedo cable .speedometer is aok as verified by police radar.....where the hell is this VSS?
Hello! On 94 and earlier models it is located behind the glove box or close to the ECM. Cheers! Ryan
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