You have a bad Vss Sensor.............. The vehicle speed sensor.
It has an electric speedo and has a speed sensor.
it is a defective speed sensor.
One indication of a bad sensor is when your speedometer bounces around, shakey, or jumpy.
Yes. The rear axle sensor feeds the ABS computer which feeds the cluster and the speedometer.
It is an electric speedo so it can be the speed sensor or in the speedo itself.
doesn't use a cable, it uses an electric sensor
yes it has a speed sensor near the end of the tailshaft of the trans.
speed sensor is out or is going out. your speedometer is out too right?
where is speedometer sensor on 2004 avalanche
It doesn't have one. The speedometer is electric. The signal comes form the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
It doesn't have a cable, as it is electric. The speed sensor is on the trans.
where is the location of the vehicle speedometer sensor on a 99 Mercury Mountaineer
The speedometer is electric, there is no cable. There is a speed sensor on the transmission that sends a signal to the PCM, which in turn sends a signal to the instrument cluster to display speed.
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
There is 1 in the transmission for the speedometer. If you have ABS then there is 1 for each wheel. where exactly is the one in the transmission
There is no speedometer cable. MPH is calibrated using a speed sensor. If your speedometer is not working, you have a bad speed sensor module.
HOW DO YOU REMOVE AND INSTALL A SPEEDOMETER SENSOR IN A 2001 FOR ESCORT ZX2,AUTO.
The speedometer signal comes from the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
The 1992 Chevrolet S 10 speedometer sensor is on the back of the transmission. The sensor should be labeled as such.
it doesn't have one it is electric uses a vehicle speed sensor on rear of trans.
There is no speedometer cable. The gauges are electric driven based of a signal from the PCM. the PCM gets speed information from the Vehicle Speed Sensor located on the top of the differential
why does speedometer come on and off ?
on the transmission