Check the fuse. Re-check all wires. Maybe you left something off (ground link?) or they're not connected well. Pull them apart and try it again. Also, is it possible you got the wrong sensor? Check the number. Did you work on anything else at the same time? If so, check all the wiring around that too. Hope that helps.
On a 1989, the speedometer signal comes from the sensor in the housing where the passenger side axle shaft goes 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.
The speed sensor is located in the speedometer assembly, at the back of where the speedometer needle connects.
The vehicle speed sensor which is an integral part of the speedometer
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
It has a Speed sensor.
The axle speed sensor measures the axle speed for ABS functions and for the speedometer.
I'm pretty sure the speedometer uses the transmission speed sensor. the rear axle speed sensor is for the rear antilock brakes.
The transmission computer takes the output speed sensor signal and sends it to the cluster for the speedometer reading. The output speed sensor is a likely cause.The transmission computer takes the output speed sensor signal and sends it to the cluster for the speedometer reading. The output speed sensor is a likely cause.
Probably does not have a speed sensor. It would have a speedometer cable that goes from the back of the speedometer, through the firewall, underneath the car, and into the transmission.
The speedometer signal comes from the abs system via the rear axle speed sensor.The speedometer signal comes from the abs system via the rear axle speed sensor.
The speedometer signal comes from the abs system. The rear axle speed sensor is the source.
The speedometer signal comes from the abs computer via the rear axle speed sensor. That is the sensor on the top center of the rear axle.The speedometer signal comes from the abs computer via the rear axle speed sensor. That is the sensor on the top center of the rear axle.
the speed sensor senses the speed and tells your transmission when to shift , it also controls your speedometer.
The speed sensor in my 1998 Durango is located in the rear differential. Also has something to do with your speedometer reading ? Yes, the speedometer signal comes through the ABS computer from the rear axle speed sensor.
It is part of the speedometer.
speed sensor issue
It won't be a speedometer cable like the one you're probably thinking of. On the top of the transmission output shaft, there'll be a speed sensor. Connected to this speed sensor will be wires connected by a quick connect coupler. Unplug that, and you can remove the speed sensor with a ratchet and socket. Rather than a cable which goes directly to the speedometer, the F750 will have a speed sensor which sends a signal to the engine ECM, then the ECM sends a signal to the speedometer.
the speed sensor is located on the side of the transmission, there is no physical cable like the older cars, the speedometer and sensor are electronic. If the speedometer is working and showing speed traveled but the trip meter (odometer) is not working, the speedometer itself is faulty, is the speedometer is not showing speed travel and the odometer is not logging miles travel, then most likely the speed sensor is dead.
No speed sensor on the manual trans. The speedometer signal comes from the rear axle speed sensor.
The vehicle speed signal (speedometer) comes from the abs sensor on the rear axle.
One end attached to the speedometer head The other attached to the speed sensor at the transmission