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Hi, i have a 1996 gsxr 750 srad and was wondering where the sensor for the speedo was?

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Hello,
The speedometer sensor is located in the countershaft sprocket cover. This is the cover at the lower left rear of the engine. If you are having speedometer problems, be sure and check the speedometer rotor that is on the end of the countershaft. They have come loose and caused problems.

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