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How expensive are speed sensors for 99 dodge avenger es

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Speed sensors are relatively inexpensive, although some are more than others. Here is a good price for comparison shopping.

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I replaced the distributor, coil ignition module cam position sensor and still no spark in a 99 dodge avenger what could be the problem


Often, modules and sensors are not the problem, rather the wiring that connects them. Check wiring attached to each of the items mentioned to see if signals are being transmitted to and from them according to factory specs. (specs are often difficult to acquire) Also check fuses. Not so sure about the 99 Avenger but most vehicles to not determine spark timing soley from the cam shaft positioning sensor, rather the crank shaft positioning sensor. Also, the ignition coil on late model vehicles are nortorious for failing because of heat cracking the plastic housing.

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Location Of input an output Speed Sensor on 1996 dodge avenger


According with repair manual, output speed sensor is located on the Transmission, generally positioned over the park gear and monitors transmission output shaft rotating speed; check some details in the next image...

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My 95 Dodge Avenger ES dies after driving into a rain puddle.It will restart after a minute, what would cause this


Maybe water splashed onto some electrical components\sensors? See if it improves once it dries fully.

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Location of the output speed sensor on a 1999 dodge avenger.


  • The Output speed sensor is located on the transmission as indicated in the diagram I have put up. They just twist out. Easy fix.

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vauum actuator is sticking

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My dodge avenger doesnt start, i replaced rotor


you also have a coil and a ignition module that could be keeping you from getting spark. also there needs to be a trigger to fire the system usually a crank sensor have seen it run from a cam sensor though

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Idle problems with my 95' avenger


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How to replace fog lights on 1998 Dodge Avenger ES


you need to take off the buttom shields and then you should be able to get to the fog lights

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Lould roring


It would, in the differential on each side, where the axles come in. Does the roaring noise get louder with road speed, and does it seem to come from one side more than the other? If so, it's probably a wheel bearing. Carrier bearings are possible also, but road-speed-dependent noises like that more often turn out to be wheel bearings than carrier bearings.

Jul 27, 2008 | 1998 Dodge Avenger

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