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How difficult is it to find and replace the transmission revolution sensor (speed sensor NC) on a 2004 Toyota Camry LE. I found the part on line for around $40.00 to $50.00. I am wondering if this sensor is located on the outside of the transmission and if this something I can do myself. If it would be best to let a professional do this, how much labor do think is involved? Knowing this will protect me from getting ripped off. Thanks, John

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All you have to do is google search it. Watch some videos on how to do it.

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You can do it yourself. One bolt. Check the plug and wires before you replace the sensor. A stick or whatever can break a wire and the sensor reads bad, but really it just needs a wire. Worth a quick look before you spend the $ on a new part.

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