It measures the speed of a part.
coz your car is a wenner
The speed signal comes from the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
I have a 1985 dodge pickup with a 225 slant six and a 3 speed overdrive transmission how do i adjust the clutch.
The vehicle speed signal comes from the ABS sensor on top of the rear axle.
it is located on the tailshaft of the transmission
Trouble code P0500 means:Vehicle speed sensor malfunction
It is the two wire sensor on the lower rear driver side of the transmission.
I got 89 dodge dakota 2.5 engine 5 speed pickup won't
A 1999 Ram does not have a speedometer cable. The speed signal comes from the abs system.
Yes, but you will need a computer for a 360 5 speed 4x4.
The top speed of a Dodge Viper is 220mph.
The technical data of the engine of the 1968/1969 Dodge 100 pickup includes an engine capacity of 5.2 liters and a V8 cylinder. It also had a 3-speed manual transmission and a maximum speed of approximately 60 mph.
because you are drunk
A dodge chargers top speed is 150 mph.
10 Years of driving! My 1999 went last year.
my 1999 dodge caravan did the same thing and it was the speed sensor gone in it.THE speed sensor is located on top of transmission drivers side. Have it checked for codes, could be major or minor.
There are two speed sensors on the trans, one at each front wheel bearing, and on eon the top of the rear axle. That would be 10 different wires.
If the abs light is on, then you might have a rear axle speed sensor issue. If not, then you have a cluster problem.
Could be alignment or air pressure causing pull. wobble is most likely tires out of balance.
it usually is the gear in the transmission Could be the vehicle speed sensor.
i just changed the speed sensor on my 91 and it took care of that same problem.
The speedometer signal comes form the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
dodge did not have a six speed in 1989
Check for either a bent wheel or a faulty tire. Low speed "wobble" is an indication that the bond between the tire and the belt inside the tire may have failed. Have it checked by a reputable and qualified tire or alignment shop.