How do you change the speed sensor that is located back by the rear axle not the transfer case?
Answer i think its on the back of the transfer case Nope, the motor on the back of the transfer case shifts the cheicle from 2wd to 4wd high and 4wd low. The speed sensors are located in the brake calipers on each wheel. The speed sensor for the front are located in the calipers but the rear is located in the differential housing.
Where are the two sensors located on 93 aerostar 4.0 Electronic 4wd transmission to stop hopping at low speed turning corners?
If I remember right the sensors are located in each differential, front and rear- towards the top. I think above the pinion. Hope that helps. I believe the front axle speed sensor is located on top LH side of transfer case and the rear axle speed sensor is located on the top RH side of transfer case.
It kind of depends on what type of car/truck you have. Most fwd vehicles have the speed sensor in the transaxle above one of the axles. To change it usually requires removing a bolt and pulling out the sensor. Rwd vehicles either have the sensor in the transmission, transfer case(4x4) or in the rear differential. The replacement procedure is similar.
Depends on which speed sensor: wheel speed sensor (non-ABS) is located on right front wheel, input speed sensor is located on top of transaxle under air box, output speed sensor is on top of transaxle kind of under brake master cylinder, vehicle speed sensor is located on top of differential housing.
Where is the speed sensor located on a 1995 gmc Yukon 4x4the speedometer shuts off and then it wont shift into the higher gears and the abs light would come onit was throwing a speed sensor code.?
It's located on the driver' s side and upper rear of the transfer case near where the driveshaft slips in. There are only two plugs of the transfer case, one fore, and one aft. It will be the rear sensor. You will need to unplug the sensor from the harness and use a 25mm wrench to extract it. New ones run around $80.