Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
I'm sorry but the speed sensor never are more than 3 wires.
Maybe you are in the wrong connector ore wrong laction .
OK.. If you have a 3.0 L . the sensor is located axactly on top where the passanger side axle connect with the transmission.
But if you have a 3.3 , 3.8, or 2.4 L, you need 2 sensors. each sensor use 1 connector with 2 wires..
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