Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Engine light on. Auto Zone diagnosed "Output speed sensor error". Replaced Output Speed Sensor and it actually made things worse. Would not shift out of 1st gear. Engine light came back on at 15 mph. Put old sensor back in and shifting returned to normal. New sensor looks exactly like the old one.
1) Should I try another brand sensor?
2) Is the Output sensor not the problem?
The problem is AutoZone. Stay away from that place. I once worked there and was amazed by the number of returns. They sell low quality parts, most of them rebuilt and listed as new.
The best of the low end parts dealers would be KOI, NAPA, and Carquest. All others blow chunks. Else, just go to the dealer.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
Try another sensor. it is possible that you got a bad on and it is possible you will get another bad one (FYI)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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