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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: speedo quit working-- trans
your fluid is low and quite possible you seized your tranny up apply fluid and dont just rely on dipstick for this make sure the tranny is full of fluid
your linkage to transmission might have come apart another reason for no shifting
now for the speedo
there is a little device that connects speedo cable to the tranny and then the mechanical of tranny from there is called a speedo bullet
if you seized your tranny the speedo bullet would have gotten sheared off in side the speedo bullet is wrenched on and can be wrenched off replace the bullet speedo should start working again
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: 99 f250 SD 7.3
Your speed sensor in your trans. needs to be checked out sounds like its not working or not getting a good signal until its generating enough power and speed to start until it reaches 30 MPH. Check that out sometimes it could just be some dirt on it. It all makes sense the ABS light is on because its not reading the speed of the tires, and the AOD light is on because It has no idea when to shift into overdrive without knowing how fast its going. I sure Hope that Helps You Out, And Thanks, Bear001
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
There are 2 speed sensors on the transaxle. One is for vehicle speed and one is for trans output shaft speed. My guess is that you replaced the one for output shaft speed.
Nissan Scope Technician- 10 years with Nissan
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
Solenoid pack in trans. Position module,is just that. Wrong guess. What tran model do you have? You also have other sensors to consider but have to know the trans your working on and the computer and shift stratagy involved to solve this,even if your throwing parts at it.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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