Question about Toyota Previa
When you check voltage, I assume that you have the engine is at idle. Therefore the voltage is stable. However in the real situation this voltage is changeable according to the shaft revolution. When the sensor is bad then is will produce unstable voltages at certain stages. This is what you encountered from your speedometer readout. I would replace the sensor. The cost is stiff ~$113. But it is not necessary to change since speed can be monitor together with tachometer as most people do on everyday. You can see how different it is far off from a navigator readout to know the offset, then continue to use it if you prefer. Hope this can help.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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