Question about 2008 Chevrolet Aveo
If not what one do I need??? I was told I had the right one when I bought it
A specific trouble code,no matter what the code is,always has a diagnostic route that is available at pay sources like All Data online.It always involves checking the wires involved in the specific circuit,for continuity,along with testing the individual components,like the vehicle speed sensor.Remove the VSS from the trans,and reinspect the drive,and driven gear.The drive gear is attached to the differential down in the trans,and you have to actually look down in the hole,and verify the drive gear is ok and intact.Then look very carefully at the plastic gear that is attached to the VSS,and make sure the middle of it isnt "applecored" as this will cause the VSS to NOT turn or give a signal.Now,reinstall the VSS,and turn the differential.This requires two helpers,one on each side of the car,to turn both tires at the same time,in the same direction (this turns the differential) while you are checking the two wires coming out of the VSS,for an alterenating current flow,that would be sent to the PCM(ECU).Verify VSS operation.If the VSS is producing a signal for the PCM,then the only thing left is the PCM itself,or the wires between the VSS,and PCM(ECU).That goes back to what i was saying about checking the wires' continuity between the sensor and PCM.Make certain the wires involved in the VSS circuit have continuity,and good tight connections at both ends.Good luck.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
SOURCE: Vehicle Speed Sensor replacement
The SPEED Sensor on your Honda accord 94.
is located on the Transmission.
About Under the Thermostat housing ( if you follow the lower radiator hose from radiator to engine) you will found the thermostat housing.
Under the thermostat housing you will see on the trans, the sensor is the only one on this side of the trans,
I hope this help on your problem.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2008
I WOULD TRY DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY FOR 5 MINUTES TO SEE IF THE COMPUTER WILL REVERT TO IT'S DEFAULT SETTINGS. IF YOU HAVE A CODE FOR THE RADIO, THEN RETRIEVE IT BEFORE YOU DISCONNECT THE BATTERY. HOPE THIS HELPS. THANK YOU FOR USING FIX-YA. BEST OF LUCK. AND THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR AN HONEST RATING.
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: vss vehicle speed sensor
Access is easiest from below. on the manual transmission you will have to jack up and support the car, remove the left front wheel and wheel arch liner. the sensor is located next to the right hand drive shaft at the rear of the transmission. disconnect the wiring plug from the top of sensor, pull out retaining pin, noting how it is fitted, pull sensor out and recover O-ring seal if damaged replace with new. watch out for a little oil spillage . fitting is reversal of removal
Posted on May 16, 2009
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