Some strange shifting soon turned into a nearly undriveable problem. Disconnect the power connection, then unbolt sensor There is a single bolt that holds the sensor to the axle housing. A small bracket around the sensor is secured by this bolt. Jun 26, 2010 Sounds like the vehicle speed sensor is not working, or the gear on it is stripped. I'm guessing that if the speedometer doesn't read at all then it is the transmission sensor. An … d threw away my receit.
There is a possibility of another fuse box located in the engine compartment as well. Its the sensonr that sets on top of the rearend. If you remove the cap, you'll see the nut on the hub. This part sits on top of the transmission. This causes the brake pads to contantly wear on the rotor. I believe on the 99 it is a simple bolt on sensor on the differential.
If you are trying to do this to correct shift problems, suggest you on wrong trail. Mar 23, 2010 The fuse panel should be below the steering wheel to the left. With troubleshooting help from those above and other threads, the Vehicle Speed Sensor has been fixed. There are many things that can make a caliper stick, the piston can corrode and become partially seized in the bore so it cannot retract when the pedal is released. It looks like My brother or I need to by a code reader that will work on his 7. Not even a 1-beer job! There will be a nut holding it in place. Carefully look at the nylon gear to see if it is worn through the middle.
You have to look and work on the rightside of the engine. Suggest you get a transmission shop to handle the work. Will any code reader like the Actron one mentioned read every. Unless your tachometer and speedometer are acting up, look at the shift control unit. If the speedometer starts to work after replacing the fuse, but reads erratically, you might want to check the vehicle speed sensor. Visit Google's to learn more or opt out. The rear brake rotor can be removed by removing the tire and then the brake caliper.
This nut is sometimes covered with a cap to prevent residue from building up. They plug in just behind the front wheel well. After about a 10 minutes work, the truck fired right up and drove fine. Hope that is of some help. Speed Sensor on my '98 Mazda B-4000 is on the rear axle housing.
. All the ones I looked at AutoZone and Pep Boys came with the O-ring. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info. If your abs light has been on since the problem started then the one in the rear needs to be replaced; if this is not the case most likely the other sensor is bad. Nov 15, 2016 Hi, here is what I have. The speed sensor, along with the governor, tell the transmission when to shift. Where can I search for the factory number? If you have anti-lock brakes, there are 4 speed sensors one at each wheel for the anti-lock brakes.
Lorraine, speed sensors are not located on engines. The output shaft speed sensor is located behind the engine on top of the transmission case under a tin cover on the mid-passenger side of the vehicle it's difficult to see from under the vehicle but that is the only way to get to it. Torque: 16 Nm 160 kgf-cm, 12 ft. A 10mm bolt holds in it place. That is the hardest part; getting to it. Don't waste your time or money with simple code readers or hand-held. You'll have to twist and tug to get the old sensor out and you are cautioned to clear the area around the sensor so that no bits of dirt or other debris falls into the hole where the sensor is installed.
By the way most speed sensors are on the outside of the trans not on the inside. Loosen left rear driver's side wheel lugs and jack up rear end. Look just behind the intake manifold. If you look at the rear housing of the transmission, you will see a black plastic sensor protruding from it with a two wire connector and the speedometer cable attached to it. Just wanted to post a follow-up and thank the owners, moderators, and contributors to this useful forum.