Question about 2002 Kia Sedona
You have to p?sh the little clip thing on the side of the connector for it to come off and as they get older they become more brittle ,because i value my hands i have become ruthless with these connectors and if they will not push in i push a screwdriver down the side where the push in bit is and break the plastic apart ,then change the sensor or whatever and when i refit i just put a bit of contact adhesive on the connector to hold it on ,Yes i know its a right cowboy job but i have had one two many deep cuts from bits of plastic and now i just dont care as to me my hands are my living and the car is plastic bits and as such they are expendable .
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Fig. Fig. 1: VSS with connector and driven gear
The Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) is a magnetic pick-up sensor that sends a signal to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and the speedometer. The sensor measures the rotation of the output shaft on the transaxle and sends an AC voltage signal to the PCM which determines the corresponding vehicle speed.
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