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A diagnostic check at autozone said it was the speed sensor. Where is the speed sensor located on Jeep Grand Cherokee 1998 5.2?

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Has to be on the back of the trans. Output Speed Sensor
Hope you can get it out,without lowering the trans,to clear the floor pan

Put that into your search engine and find what you need.
Sorry I can't give you the exact location down to the inch

Now hope you have a bad sensor
Codes don't tell you, that it is bad,or to replace it

I would drive the vehicle with a scanner on it ,and look at data, or run off the ground, and back probe with a meter or oscilloscope, to test. ( I know you can't do that)

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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