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Where on the transmission is located the speed sensor on a Kia Sephia 1995?

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On the top of the transmission next to the rear motor mount.

Posted on Jun 01, 2010

  • nestor_quete Jun 03, 2010

    Thank you ,but i have found it and replace it. Thanks again.

  • nestor_quete Jun 03, 2010

    now i have a new problem i have found one boot of the rack and pinion broken is that dangerous in safety.

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