Question about Toyota ECHO
Posted by Anonymous on
The easy option is to look for a sensor that resembles it on the gearbox.This sensor used to be called the speedometer head when they were connected by cable to the dash speedo.Now they are electronic but still send the same base info.It usually is located on the gearbox top area near the back.It should have a plug connected to it and usually secured in place by a 10 mm bolt.You will need to unbolt it and lift it out.It may be lodged in tight and will need some gentle coaxing and twisting to assist withdrawing.Refit new one and secure and plug in.There are a few other sensors internally but this should be the one you are looking for.I hope this helps or get back with your findings.
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