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Where is the transmission output speed sensor located and how do i put it in

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You don't just replace it, until you diagnose the issues related to, why a code was set and indicated a trans sensor. It will be on the outside of the transaxle case, with wires going to it. You need to know which sensor to replace. You really need professional help here.

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