They vary, but in essence most are about 3/4" to 1 1/4" in diameter, may have a stepped appearance that telescopes out abaout and inch or so and have a pigtail coming off of it or a connector that the wiring harness attaches to. Most autopart stores will have a picture of yours. Standard Ignition products has a picture guide.
The transmission temperature sensor on a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 is located on the driver's side of the transmission. It is just behind the bell housing. Look for a gold plug with a black plastic top.
Where is the engin temperature gauge sensor located on the 1999 cadillac catera?
It didn't look like anything as they didn't make a 1992 GTO.
it should be by your thermostat housing
looks similar to the camshaft sensor, but it's located in the bell housing on the transmission on passenger side.
The intake air temperature sensor for a 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer is on the intake tube in front of the throttle body. It looks like a small metal box.
Look on the transmission by where the axles come out
what dose a 1999 Alero transmission look like.
looks like the IAT I's still looking for it Christian
The speed sensor is located on the transmission near the axle on the passenger side and lot of times the sensor gets corroded or the wires disconnect. If the wires and sensors look like they are in decent shape then most likely it is just a faulty sensor
It's located on the transmission. Look close it's under rubber hose. That's a manual transmission vss speed sensor location.
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.
Usually behind the grill, in front of the radiator or to either side of the radiator.
If you look at the front grill, below the bumper, the small bulb like sensor is snapped into the lower drivers side there.
The sensor reads from the flywheel so look to the back of the engine or the front of the transmission bellhousing to find it.
LOOK UNDER THE BUMPER
I was reading online that a common cause is the TR/MLP sensor (Transmission Range sensor, or Manual Lever Position sensor) You may want to look into that.
The 2003 GMC ambient air temperature sensor is located on the bottom of the drivers side mirror. If you look up at the bottom of the mirror you will see the sensor.
If you have a 1989-1995 model 325i, the ambient temperature sensor should be part # 65818350779. Best way to see a picture is do a Google image search on the part number. It will look like a plastic piece, black on the probe portion, yellow on the plug-in portion, with 2 round electrical connector pins.
the crank potion sensor is located under the front end of the car directly in front of the transmission. Actually when you look at it, it almost looks like it goes in to the trans.
This sounds like a 2000 model year or newer. There are as many as 12 difrent sensors mounted directly in or on the transmission. without detailed year, and option info as well as a particular sensor to look for no real answer can be given
For an automatic, on the top of the transmission. When standing in front of the car with the hood up, the speed sensor will be attached to the top of the transmission with a two-wire connector attached. It will look like this: http://tinyurl.com/2fpsvwb It is attached to the transmission by a single T25 Torx screw. Detach the connector, remove the screw and pull the sensor out - you may have to jiggle it a little.
It is the part under the plastic cover on the left front of the engine. it has the throttle, cruise and transmission shift cabless hooked to it
The Intake Air Temperature Sensor is loctaed in the side of the Air Filter Case, look for a wired connector attached to it.
The 2004 Camry has the ambient air temperature sensor mounted in the lower grill on the driver's side. Look for something with wires.