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How many wires should there be on a speed sensor cable for a 1999 Saturn sl2 dohc with automatic transmission?

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2007-09-12 18:09:21
2007-09-12 18:09:21

assuming your talking about the sensor that operates the speedometer, there should only be 2.

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