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Speed sensor is usually located on top of the transmission. It is a round unit with a clip plug attached to it. there will be a single bolt that holds it in. On some vehicles you have to remove the exhaust at manifold to get to it! On a front wheel drive, they are usually located near the passenger side of the firewall (Dash side) of the engine.

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