Question about 1998 Mazda Protege
Change the oil in my car. Took it for a test drive and found that the speedometer, odometer does not work. The over drive light flashes on and off. The check engine light came on. I had the code scanned at auto zone and it said vechile speed senor was bad. The dealer wanted $250.00 for a new one. I went to a upick junk yard and bought on for $8.10 out of a 97 Protege. I pulled the old sensor and ohmed and got about 350 ohms. I held up to a drill chuck and it does generate AC pulses. I'm start ohming the wires at the computer. Am I missing something? Fuses are all good. The Vechile speed sensor is on the automatic transmission and is a 2 wire senors (red and white wire)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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