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Speed Sensor Code 2002 Toyota Camry

My camry is giving a speed sencor code, but we have changed it out and it still isnt working, The car was jumping out of gear while driving and now is tries to stall out if you drive it. I dont know what else to do, I cant spend much more on it????

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My camry is giving a speed sencor code, but we have changed it out and it still isnt working, The car was jumping out of gear while driving and now is tries to stall out if you drive it.

Part of the problem may be that just because your are getting a speed sensor code, this does not necessarilly mean that you need to replace the speed sensor. Please note that fault codes NEVER tell you what parts to replace. Fault codes only tell you which of the hundreds of systems and circuits in your car are malfunctioning. When these codes are retrieved from computer memory, the circuits and/or systems involved must be DIAGNOSED to find the CAUSE of the failure. Sometimes the problem is being caused by a failed sensor and sometimes it is being caused by sensor circuits failing or outside interference in the sensor circuits caused by high voltage spikes frome things like faulty ignition coils. (YES - I have seen MANY sensor codes caused by faulty ignition coils)

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