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Speed odometer and tach erratic then vahicle cuts off

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Sounds like a speed sensor. They are on the transmission. There are usually two of them a primary and a secondary. They are not too hard to replace and not very expensive either. They will be towards the end of the transmission and just screw into the transmission. They will also have a two or three wire connector coming out of the end of it. They should be two of the only sensors you can get to without opening the transmission.

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