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How do i get a speed sensor that is broken off out of a transmission

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Get on the hardware store a extractor of broken screw
Drill a hole in the center of the speed sensor and turn the extractor in the drilled hole should turn the speed sensor when tie

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Where is the speed sensors located on a 2001 Tahoe


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On the top left side of the transfer case
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Mar 07, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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1989 toyota corolla 1.6 gl, where can i find the terminal for speedometer in the engine bay..


Output speed sensor usually located in transmission usually close to where axles go into transmission. The sensor can be identified by having 8 mm headed bolt that hold the sensor in. These speed sensors just don't quit one day. A wire is usually the culprit or debris on magnet of sensor or physically broken sensor. If speedometer intermittently starts working then its always a wire with bad connection.

May 13, 2014 | 1989 Toyota Corolla 1.6

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Chev s-10 Speedometer and odometer doesn't work. replaced Veh Spd Sensor, Service engine lite still on, Replaced Cluster still not working, Computer shows no VSS, and most sensors not ready after several...


Try this- pick the truck up off the ground high enough to safely keep the drive wheels from touching the ground. Get underneath the truck with a digital multimeter. Set your meter to Volts AC. Unplug the two-wire plug from your vehicle speed sensor, and connect the leads from your meter directly to the Vehicle Speed Sensor on the transmission. Have someone start the truck up and put it in drive, and carefully, slowly let their foot off the brake. Once the wheels start spinning, you should see an AC voltage reading at the sensor on your meter. The voltage will increase with speed, and decrease as the wheels slow down. If you've got that much, the sensor and reluctor ring in the transmission are okay, and you're going to need to find out why the wires aren't sending the signal from the VSS to the PCM. The best way to find a broken wire is to unplug the VSS connector and pcm connector, and ohm out (measure the resistance) the wires end to end to find out if there's a broken or shorted wire between the two components. If you aren't getting an AC voltage reading off the sensor with the wheels spinning, then you've either got a problem with the sensor, or an internal problem in the transmission with the reluctor ring missing, broken, or loose.

Oct 13, 2013 | Chevrolet S 10 Cars & Trucks

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1999 s10 truck


you may have broken a wire going to fuel sending unit under the truck along frame drivers side speed sensor on back of trans. may be broken , unpluged, or wire broken

Aug 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Broken Speedometer?


You are correct in thinking if the speed sensor fails the check engine light should be on, and you should experience problems with the transmission.
It sounds like just the speedo has failed.

Jul 22, 2013 | Cadillac Escalade Cars & Trucks

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I have a 02 Accent with a p1529 code. NONE of my mechanics have any idea what this code is or my trans guys. This is my only code as I just replaced my output speed sensor and this one stupid code is...


The code is related to the right front wheel speed sensor . possibly a bad wheel speed sensor or broken wire or faulty connection ....you may look behind the fender shield to inspect for broken or damaged wire or connector .... a good starting point

Mar 03, 2011 | 2002 Hyundai Accent

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1993 toyota camry le 4cl speedometer wount work?


It can be faulty vehicle speed sensor .The sensor connects to the differential.The sensor in the transmission that tells the instrument panel how fast the transmission is turning. Sometimes that sensor breaks.
There is a speed sensor on the transmission that sends a signal to the
speedometer control on the back of the instrument cluster, and diagnosis is
pretty straightforward. The On-board Diagnostics Generation II (OBD II)
scan tools used by professional technicians should have the ability to read
the signal generated by the transmission speed sensor and therefore check
the function of the speed sensor. Even if the technician's scan tool does
not have this capability, the sensor can be checked with a volt meter at the
sensor itself.

If the sensor is putting out the proper signal, then the next step would be
to check the wiring between the speed sensor and the speedometer control by
checking the signal at the wire harness at the speedometer control. If the
signal is good, then the speedometer control is bad, and if the signal is
bad, then the wiring between the sensor and speedometer control is bad. The
most time confusing part of doing all these checks would be removing the
instrument cluster to get at the speedometer control, about a half-hour
total for all the checks.----------
If the needle moves you have a broken pinion or counter gear.If not, then I would replace both speedometer cables.---------------Thank you.

Mar 01, 2011 | Toyota Camry Cars & Trucks

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Hi , i want to know where in the transmission is the speed sensor located?


hi the speed sensor will be located above the drive shaft on the driver side on a right hand drive , it goes into the differential on the gearbox .

Sep 06, 2010 | 2000 Ford Windstar

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The Transmission Speed Sensor, output, for an automatic 1998 Suzuki Esteem, Station Wagon, is broken. Where can i find de sensor to replace it?


Go to oemsuzukiparts.com--they have all the parts you need, including the speed sensor, for a good price--I have used them quite a bit recently for my 2006 Forenza wagon.

Jan 28, 2010 | 1998 Suzuki Esteem

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Could a broken speedometer cause the transmission to not shift properly?


Yes if the vehicle speed sensor is bad than the computer can what speed you are going .SO the shifting comes from the throttle position sensor instead and trans shifting will be erratic :)

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