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Hi, the output speed sensor in located on the left side(drivers side)at the rear of the tranmission. The input speed sensor is located in the front of the transmiison on the left side as well, and yes both speed senors are interchangable. Take care
the overdrive light blinks to alert u to the fact that in most cases the internal speed senors on the input and output shafts of the transmission have detected excessive slippage, in most case u will fell nothing, sometimes you can clear this by doing a fluid flush and filter change of the transmission.
you could have a bad wheel speed sensor,you would need to bring this to a shop or dealer that can access the on board computer to see which one is bad,or look for broken wires at the wheel speed senors on each wheel.
their should only be one speed sencer its in rearend on top of center housing most of the time its garbage getting on sencer its a magnetic sencer pickes up debre in fluid recomend fluid change when change sencer