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How is speed sensor have effect to transmission gear slip or free gear at high speed?

Nissan serena year 2001

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To perform optimally everything is controlled by a computer. If the computer gets a signal from the speed sensor saying your doing 30 and your really doing 80, the computer will adjust to perform optimally at 30 because that's all it knows. If the whole puzzle doesn't make sense to the computer it can do odd things such as not know what gear it should be in and find something inbetween.

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