Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The speed sensor (VSS) is typically a small component in the transmission w/ a gear at one end and a wire connector receptacle at the other. the geared end is driven by a final-drive gear inside the transmission which is usually located in the tailshaft of the trans. The gear spins relative to drive-wheel speed, which is converted to an electrical signal and relayed to the vehicle on-board computer. The signal is then sent out in various directions to be utilized by the speedometer, transmission, cruise control, and others
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