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I could not find the speed sensor location on my 98 mercury mountaineer. Where is it?

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    can't remember, but look on the trans tailshaft, transfer case or the rear differential...usually it's in one of those three places.

  • guy thurston Jun 22, 2013

    not on this one for some reason looked at all of them

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The Output Shaft Speed Sensor is located at the lefthand, (sitting in the driver's seat) rear of the transmission.

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