Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora
Im trying to see where there located and what do they do
VSS or Vehicle Speed Sensor is connected to the transmission on the bell housing and probably has 2 wires leading to it from the computer wiring harness.
The vehicle speed sensor is just a pickup coil that senses movement and rotational speeds of the car's wheels, indirectly. The faster the wheels spin, the faster the pickup coil receives a signal and the computer can calculate your speed.
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