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Where on my 1992 Honda accord LX standard transmission is the speed sensor located?

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Under your thermostat housing but on the transmission. Two 10mm bolts hold it on and there is a plug on it. If you don't know where the therm housing is, follow the lower radiator hose from the the bottom of your radiator to where it goes into the engine.

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