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Jiminez, wheel speed sensors are incorporated (part of the) wheel bearing assembly on your vehicle, you may have 4 on your car, one at each wheel, they can be change as a separate part.
Transmission has an input and output speed sensor both sensors are held in place on trans-axle (transmission) with one bolt and wired plug. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, pretty much the same position as your vehicle, Good luck
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TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL COULD BE LOW OR IMPROPER ADJUSTED OR WORN OUT SHIFT CABLE. IF ALL IS GOOD YOUR TRANSMISSION IS A 4T40E OR 4T45E ELECTONICALLY CONTROLLED FOUR SPEED TRANSMISSION. ALL TRANSMISSION SHIFTS IS CONTROLLED BY PCM AND TCM YOU CAN TAKE CAR TO DEALERSHIP OR TRANSMISSION SHOP THEY CAN REPROGRAM ALL THE SHIFT CONTROLS.
hi , their is two different speed sensors on your vehicle one is the input speed sensor which is inside the transmission and the transmission will have to be removed to replace it the other one s the output speed sensor is located directly above the passenger side trans-axle shaft. your input sensor is the sensor which tells the transmission when to shift and the output speed sensor tells the speedometer what it should display and both those parts are fairly cheap they are around 15-25 dollars but just remember if your input speed sensor is bad it is gonna cost you a minimum of 1000 dollars to have a mechanic fix as the transmission needs to be removed hope this is what you needed
some transmissions have sensors to tell the computor when it is at operating temperature. sounds like it needs replacing. this sensor may be located in the transmission pan. and can be changed very eslily.
There is a vaccum modulator on the front of the transmission. It has a single vaccum line going to it and is held in place with one bolt. This part controls your up and down shift. Its a 20.00 part. Try replacing it first. If that dosent do it then you will need a rebuild or replacment.
Automatic Transmission,4T45-E......AF6 Automatic Transmission,4T40-E......AF6 Use Low Viscosity ATF, Hight Viscosity ATF or additives create fluid retention which cause the servos, solenoids to seize up causing shifting problems.