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How do you replace speed sensor on madza 6 2003 3.0

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Remove wheel and locate sensor on the backside of the hub remove bolt and carefully but firmly pullout. Then unbolt all brackets holding the wires and unclip the connector . Installation is reverse
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Posted on Aug 20, 2010

  • mike looccm Aug 20, 2010

    Whoops, you said speed sensor and not wheel speed sensor. The vehicle speed sensor will be located on the transimission, you will need to locate it and remove necessary components to easily access it. but the removal is pretty much the same remove bolt securing the sensor and it will just pull out.


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