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Which speed sensor are you referring to? The one on the transmission?


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Ok IIRC remove right wheel.

Access through wheel well above cv shaft. Held in with 1 10mm bolt. 

Not saying there is alot of room but a 1/4 ratchet should fit nicely.

Remove the bolt. Twist sensor back and forth as you attempt to pull it up and out of the hole. The-oring will fight a little bit. Put a little oil around new oring before installing


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1 hour ago, rockfangd said:

Ok IIRC remove right wheel.

Access through wheel well above cv shaft. Held in with 1 10mm bolt. 

Not saying there is alot of room but a 1/4 ratchet should fit nicely.

Remove the bolt. Twist sensor back and forth as you attempt to pull it up and out of the hole. The-oring will fight a little bit. Put a little oil around new oring before installing

OK. Thanks. Will try it out. Just hate that it's such a tight space. Hey on earth would they do that.

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They rarely go bad. That sending unit is just for the speedometer. 

Do you have the code for the input speed sensor?  That one is inside the transmission. 

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4 hours ago, Logan said:

They rarely go bad. That sending unit is just for the speedometer. 

Do you have the code for the input speed sensor?  That one is inside the transmission. 

Got it replaced today. Now I got speed back. The speed used to jump to 0 after 10 minutes driving. Everything goes back to normal . Thanks all for your support.

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Glad to hear. Thanks for posting back. 


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