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What filter did you change? How about the fuel filter. Sounds like fuel starvation. What prompted the speed sensor change. They rarely go bad. I recommend an ODBII scan, with a print out of the stored fault history. Let the OBDII scan be your guide to any parts replacement, to avoid buying parts you don't need. All filter replacement should be done every 30,000 miles.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The output shaft speed sensor lets the computer know how fast you are going down the road to help it pick gear change points..
Yes, you can buy one and replace it.
First check the wires and plug going to it.
Your manual will probably describe its location better than me, but it will be toward the rear of the gearbox and usually has a small gear on the end that meshes with a mating gear on the output shaft as you put it in.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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has there been a collision recently? not sure why transmission problem would make engine not run. what do you mean it sounds like air is coming from somewhere? sounds like there is a problem in wiring harness. Ford has had a lot of problems with water getting into harnesses. not sure if this is you but the problem sounds that way unless you have been in a recent collision that could have damaged wiring. please reply and i will be watching my emails
Posted on May 06, 2010
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