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Check the wire connector at the sensor for the proper voltage and ground. if this is good then replace the transmission speed sensor. if these are not in spec then you will have to back probe the wiring from the sensor back into the wiring harness to find the problem.
Posted on Nov 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
absolutely not true. when you take your stock radio out of your vehicle there are clips in it and when u take the clips out and the antenna the radio is free when you buy an aftermarket radio from best buy or wherever it will come with a harness for that specific radio now wherever you buy the radio from they probably have a selection of wiring harness for specific makes and models you just buy that and when u take it to the clips installed in the cavalier it will just snap in then the wires on the radio harness will be color coded to the ones on your new harness good luck!
ps i recommend walmart to buy the harness its about $10 there..
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Ask dealer if it has a towing package on it. If it does, you usually just pop fuse in under hood for electric brakes, and harness to adapt into is usually near or at rear bumper. Even if it doesn't have brake wire, you should still be able to install adapter at rear,for lights etc. which is available from dealer or auto supply places, then you may have to run electric brakes separate.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
See this alot. Sorry,It appears that is a symptom of a bad motor. If it moves an inch or so,then nothing,after a few minutes another inch or so,it's motor time!
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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Fig. Fig. 1: Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) and vehicle speed signal buffer wiring diagram
Fig. Fig. 2: Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) location
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Fig. Fig. 1: Vehicle speed sensor mounting
The vehicle speed sensor is made up of a coil mounted on the transmission and a tooth rotor mounted to the output shaft of the transmission. As each tooth nears the coil, the coil produces an AC voltage pulse. As the vehicle speed increases the number of voltage pulses per second increases.
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