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Where is the speed sensor at ?

Where is the speed sensor at on the transmission there are two sensors on it and I'am not sure which one it is.

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  • hubcap52 Jul 11, 2010

    My speedometer and auto door locks quit working at the same time so which do you thing it is? think you.

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The 2 in the back of the tranny, one is the speedo, the other is the speed sensor, Disconnect one, and see if the speedo works, you will know if you got the right one or not. Hope this helps.

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