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According to my Haynes manual code 24 is "Vehicle Speed Sensor". It says this fault should only occur when wheels are in motion. if it shows any other time disregard it. Also check the ECM and TPS. I have the Haynes manual #24070 check with Auto Zone. The best 20 dollars you can spend.

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