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Speedometer on 1992 ply voyf gets erritic and van loses power o

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  • zippybob Jul 12, 2009

    Twice my mechanic tried to find codes I do not know what cycling means but he is good mech I still think it is the speed sensor as when I am going fast and the speedo goes wild I experience no change in performance and my mechanic said that the trani goes into third if this is the issue soeven though no codes i think it is the problem but my mechanic has doubts as no codes and problem only happens once a day and is not getting worse
    Any feedback would be appreciated

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Suspect vehicle speed sensor at transmission faulty. Cycling key to retrieve fault codes may confirm. Are you aware of how to do that?

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