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Speedo not working/ RPM fluctuates when in idle

Where is the speed sensor located?
Where is the idle sensor locatde?

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The speed sensor on an automatic is located on the back left underside of the transfer case (transmission). It is held in place by one 10 or 12mm(I believe) bolt. Sorry no clue about the idle sensor.

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