Question about 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe
First check the #25 10Amp fuse in the passenger compartment fuse block (under the steering wheel). If that's good, check for 12Volts at the VSS pin #1, also check for less than 1 ohm resistance on ground wire pin #2. If all this is good or your vehicle doesn't have cruise control, check for the VSS signal at the OBD connector under the dash, pin #11. The VSS is a hall effect switch so you should see something like 0v-12v-0v-12v-0v on the signal wire as the sensor is operating.
I'd also recommend removing the sensor again and try spinning it by hand with it plugged in (key on, engine off), have a second person watch the speedometer and see if it moves. If it does, the problem is with the contact space between the differential gear and the VSS gear. This is rare, but I have replaced a transmission for this before.
Posted on May 06, 2014
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