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Does the speed odometer speed sensor have anything to do with flooring car to get out of 1st gear?


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2011-09-13 00:46:59
2011-09-13 00:46:59

No the speen sensor has to do with telling how fast you go and some other stuff!!! Its really all in the transmission


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The odometer gets its signal from the speed sensor, so if the (tailshaft) speed sensor is bad then the odometer obviously will not work

Bad speed sensor is a likely culprit

The speedometer/ odometer signals come from the ABS sensors. There is a sensor at each wheel bearing.

If the speedometer/odometer is working, chances are the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is good.

Odometer is usually controlled by the speed sensor not a fuse . In most vehicles it is sticking out the side of the transmission

There is no such thing as an "odometer sensor." There is a vehicle speed sensor that is located on the output shaft housing of the transmission. That sends info to the speedometer. From there, the speedometer and the odometer are both operated internally, so if your speedo is working, but the odometer isn't, you have a problem inside the speedo head assembly.

There is no such thing. The odometer is electrically driven from the PCM via the vehicle speed sensor. If the odometer has failed you need to replace the cluster.

If only the odometer is not functional, then the cluster is bad. If both odo and speedo are inop then you have a possible speed sensor issue.

Does your odometer work? If the speed sensor goes faulty both speedometer and odometer stop working.

If the speedo stops also, it is the speed sensor. If just the odometer, take it to a speedo shop.

If your odometer/speedometer stopped working, then you must replace the "vehicle speed sensor" located on top of the differential if your have a manual transmission.

Disconnecting the speed sensor stops the speedo and odometer. The odometer has to be changed by a certified speedo repair shop.

try changing the vehicle speed sensor on the back of the trans

You don't as it does not have a cable. You replace the speed sensor instead.

When those things on my 92 B250 did not work, I replaced the speed sensor located on the transmission tailshaft and that fixed the problems. Hope that helped! Mark When the speedometer and odometer did not work in my 1990 B250, I had to replace the speed sensor, instrument cluster (speedometer) and replace a tiny gear (odometer) in order to get them working properly

1. operates the speedometer and odometer. 2. provides vehicle speed information to the engine and transmission controllers.

A 1996 Chrysler Town and Country does not have a speedometer or odometer cable. That signal comes from the transmission output speed sensor.

If both the odometer and the speedometer do not work it may be the speed sensor in the transmission is bad. If only the odometer does not work it is probably a bad cluster.

No, the wheel speed sensors monitor the wheel speed for the ABS and the TCS. The speed sensor mounted in the transmission monitors the vehicle speed for the speedometer/odometer and transmission controls.

One of the speed sensors runs the speedometer/odometer and transmission shift patterns, other speed sensors run the abs and or traction control.

No, I had that same problem with my 1999 Dodge Ram and it did not work till i replaced the speed senser on the trany. Rick

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