If this is a 1990 transmission it should have a gear driven speed sensor (wires go to engine computer)along with the speedometer drive cable that goes to mechanical speedometer in dash.(all one unit that plugs into hole in tailshaft housing)They stopped making the drive gear on the output shaft around 1995 or so, and the speedometers went to digital.If the trans. you have does not have this drive gear and hole on the tailshaft for it, then you would have to tear the trans down and install a new output shaft with the gear machined on it, and a new tailshaft housing with the mounting hole for the cable and sensor from a earlier model.Hardly worth all that trouble.
I am looking for a e4od transmission for my van just incase you want to sell one, but it needs to fit a big block 460. I want to get rid of the C6 for overdrive.Hope this helps.
It does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electronic. There is a sensor at the passenger axle output housing of the transmission.It does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electronic. There is a sensor at the passenger axle output housing of the transmission.
There are several things you can do to repair your speedometer. You can replace the speedometer cable. You can replace the speed sensor in the transmission.
Older cars have a cable, which is turned by a gear at the rear of the transmission, and this operates a mechanical speedometer. Modern cars have an electronic sensor in the gearbox which is linked by wire to an electronic speedometer.
You need to replace the speed sensor. It sends a signal to the speedometer and also sends a signal to the transmission on when it should shift.
replace the sensor which is usually in the rear diffrential or the transmission case
NO cable. it has a vehicle speed sensor bolted into the transmission. Electronic controlled.
The 95 Camry does not have a mechanical speedometer cable. There is a speed sensor located on the top of the transmission that is connected by wire to the speedometer.
You need to replace the speed sensor on the rear of the transmission.
on the transmission
Replace your speedometer sensor. I just had mine replaced in my '04 Impala. The sensor tells the tranny when to shift. It's located right in front of the transmission.
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.
In 1979 the speedometer was driven by cable. They went electronic in the early 80's.
It is an electronic speedometer. the sensor is located on top of the transmission. When I looked into getting a new one for my 89 it was about $80 new.
It does not have a cable... It is electronic controlled. It has a sensor that is bolted in the drivers side of the transmission TAIL SHAFT that controlls the speedometer among other things.
A 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have a speedometer cable. The speedometer signal comes from a sensor on the transmission or transfer case.
there isn't one it is an electronic sensor in the transmission check your connections and if they are good then the sensor needs replacing
I believe it was 1996 that the Explorers started using an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) Since then the Explorers have not had a conventional speedometer cable
Fiero does not use a speedo cable There is an electronic sensor mounted on top of the transmission that both the engine computer and the speedo in the dash read to get the speed.
It is probably a bad speed sensor. The speed sensor is located on the transmission and sends a signal to the speedometer. It acts like a speedometer cable only sending electronic pulses instead of turning like a cable does.
Look at the rear drivers side of the transmission and you will see a round electronic sensor that is held into the side of the transmission with 1 bolt and clamp. it will have a electric wire pluged into it. That is the speed sensor.
Actually , it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable , it has an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) according to my Haynes repair manual
To fix the inoperative speedometer you will need to replace the speed sensor. It is located on the side of transmission and has 2 wires coming out of it.
Go to your local LORDCO auto or a PICK & PULL.
I don't believe it has one , the Ford Explorers 1996 and newer models don't have a conventional speedometer cable , they have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS )
The speedometer is controlled by the speed sensor and it also sends signals to the transmission on when to shift so your problems could be related. The speed sensor is easy to replace and is located on the transmission.