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I replaced the input and output sensor on the transmission. i failed to tag the exact connection at the radiator...i see the two connection points, but do the sensors have a dedicated connection point

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If the ends fit you should be fine - just be sure the wires match. In other words the color of the wires say are red on top - depending on how they are situated in the radiator. I hope I am being clear - if not it is really easy to take down the vin # [ it is on your insurance card] and call a dealer -any dealer and ask about the locations and they will give them to you. Most will email - some will fax and all will give them to you in person. This ends the guess work.
Here is one dealer for you if you like Galeana (803) 779-7300
While it is local they are all the same that will email it to you. If you need a print out that is FREE too just drive to the local dealer.
While your on this please ask about RECALLS -it can save you thousands over the life of your cars. You will be amazed how many recalls are done and free and for the life of the car.
Thanks for choosing Fix Ya and I hope this is four hands helpful. If you have more questions please let me know.
Gary

Posted on May 27, 2010

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Hi Gerald, I'm glad to help! The Input and Output Sensors are located on the transmission across from the radiator. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Gerald.

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Malfunction of the input shaft speed sensor
Malfunction of the underdrive clutch retainer
Malfunction of connector
Malfunction of the TCM

Is needed replace.

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