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Anyone know where I can get a transmission speed sensor for my 2000 Rodeo (v6-atf) that will give me the best bang for the $$$

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  • vetmon Jun 17, 2009

    Thanks guys, honeymonkey..no gear on mine, electronic ..

    emossopmwoz..I'll give them a shot, that little thing is expensive at the places I've checked so far..it's just a GM Dephi part ??

  • vetmon Jun 18, 2009

    Thanks for the follow up, here is what came out, I put my finger inside the tranny and could not feel any gear, is this what you have seen ?

  • vetmon Jun 18, 2009

    Ok, what controls the speed-o and the cruise control ?

    Thanks for your help !

  • vetmon Jun 18, 2009


    Thanks emissionwiz..NOW THAT'S THE WHAT I THOUGHT TOO, does this little costly Delphi part control the speed-o & cruise control ?

  • vetmon Jun 18, 2009

    Got it...no way to check it with a meter ? Install a known good part and hope for the best. Thanks for your advice and take care !

  • vetmon Jun 19, 2009

    Thanks for all the help, I'll jack 'er up and take another look....I would like not to drop $200+ on that electronic sensor.

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Why do you need that? Did you replace the little metal and plactic gear that operates it? Simple to fix or you can waste money on a sensor that will not fix it? Sold many gears and about two sensors and electronic parts are non returnable.

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    honeymokey Jun 17, 2009

    It does have a gear. Remove sensor , remove cover that is behind it. I have worked for an Isuzu dealership and have sold many speedo gears that operate the sensor. What is wrong with vehicle?.

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    honeymokey Jun 17, 2009

    Remove sensor and you will see the part that turns that goes in the transmission unless you lost it. Remove the part that the sensor screws on to on the transmission. The gear is behind it.

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    honeymokey Jun 18, 2009

    That has noting to do with the speedometer.

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    honeymokey Jun 18, 2009

    That picture of the magnetic sensor you posted is the one on top and it is for the computer. The speedometer sensor is down lower and it is turned by a gear. In other words it has two sensors on it and you have pulled the wrong ONE!

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    honeymokey Jun 23, 2009

    Update?

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    honeymokey Jul 03, 2009

    What did you find out? Reply thank you.

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    yadayada Jun 18, 2009

    there is no gear, this is a magnetic pickup type sensor.

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    yadayada Jun 18, 2009

    THE SPEED SENSOR DOES, I SIMPLY SAID YOUR SPEED SENSOR IS NOT GEAR DRIVEN TYPE (THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT WAYS TO PICK UP SPEED), IT USES A MAGNETIC PULSE SIGNAL

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    yadayada Jun 18, 2009

    the only way to test it is with a special live data scanner, that scanner is a dealer tool. Please rate my help here.

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    yadayada Jun 19, 2009

    that's the right sensor, the other expert is wrong

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