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The sensor is on the outside case of the transmission, check for damaged wiring or a pulled loose connector at the VSS sensor or upstream. I do not have exact info as this is a rarely seen make on this site.
Its in the trunk (in the front of the car). Small window with two black twist clips on each side. To remove, pull out the rubber molding, remove the 10 or so torx screws, pull the plastic tub like trunk liner out. That will expose the battery. If you drive fast, recommend replacing with a non-lamborghini battery. Get a gel cell like an optima to reduce the risk of leakage that will lead to corrosion.
the new Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder triggers more flashed headlamps and thumbs-up signals than the inevitable flock of Maybachs, Maseratis, Ferraris, and Bentleys. This car seems to collect dates faster than George Clooney at large, which is a bit surprising when you consider that the Gallardo coupe was first released back in 2003. But in Miami's extroverted environment, being able to lower the Gallardo's canvas roof--a fully automatic, twenty-second procedure--makes all the difference.
I have owned the car only a couple of weeks. Delivered with minor faults - one touch up on the passenger window faulty, indicators sometimes refused to switch off. After 450 miles the clutch has gone. I tried a mega takeoff at the lights and left a mass of smoke - clutch smoke. Bit disappointing as it is supposed to be performance car. Apparently about 15% of Gallardo's have had new clutches!