Question about 1994 Buick LeSabre
What you need to do make sure you have power to the speed sensor wire if not then trace back to fuse panel or relay usually the cover you take off under the hood has a scematic if there is power at the wires below the speed sensor you put in might call for a air gap adjustment some vehicles if mounted at flywheel threw tranny housing if mounted into side of tranny gear driven make sure the wires have good contact but where ever you said the car was kicked i would search for grounded wires this is uncommon with just a kick for a speed sensor to go
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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