Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
Most of the time it's going to be your speed sensor at the left side of your transmission towards the rear close to the endput shaft.
Check the wire and condition for any damages or corrosion.
If it's the sensor just un-clip the wire from the sensor and remove the sensor with the one bolt holding it in place.
Re-install new sensor and wire and top off transmission fluid as needed.
Before you get your hands all dirty have your blazer scaned at a parts store like Auto Zone, it's free and they have the how too do it your self instruction for any parts you need to replace.
Good luck and hope this helps, PS don't drive your Blazer to hard so you don't burn out the transmission.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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