There are two sensors on this transmission. One is the speed sensor. The other is used by the computer to tell what gear it is in and if the transmission is slipping. I hope this helps you.
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A very low idle can cause a 97 Ford Taurus to stall. Another reason for stalling may be transmission bands sticking, which does not allow the transmission to come out of gear on idle.
The idle for the 97 Taurus could be too low. The transmission bands could be sticking some as well, not allowing the transmission to come out of gear during idling.
On a 97 528i the speed sensor is located on the transmission tail shaft housing at the top.
The 1997 Ford Taurus torque converter solenoid can be found on the side of the transmission. The torque converter solenoid will be on the left hand side of the transmission.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
The simplest answer would be either a VSS (vehicle speed sensor) going bad or the wiring going to it isn't seated fully. The VSS is located on the transmission near where the right (passenger side) axle enters the transmission. Ronn
The output speed sensor is on the rear part of the trans, on the driver side.
Its mounted on transmission.
the cam sensor reads speed and works with the crank position sensor to tell your coil packs when to fire your spark plugs and what cylinder to fire on
The only "sensors" on the transmission are the speed sensor at the top in back, and the range switch on the front.
Replace it.......its one bolt on the side of the transmission.....
There is only the speed sensor and the range switch.
speed sensor is located on top of transmission,black plastic with one ten mm bolt.
You have to first remove the transmission oil pan and the valve body. The Range sensor is relatively easy after that.
i have a 97 Chevy camaro i need to know what kind of transmission came in it
its located inside the transmission. need to drain fluid, remove pan.
You can identify whether or not your 1997 Ford Explorer has an overdrive drum sensor by looking at the identification tag on the transmission. The identification tag will list the overdrive drum sensor.
It is called an oxygen sensor socket.
There could be two reasons for this. The first is the transmission is completely out and the second is the linkage in the transmission is broken.
only 97 and earlier models have speed sensors
The speed sensor on a 97 Ford Windstar van is located on the side of the transmission. It tells the vehicle's engine vital information which it uses to make constant adjustments.
iat sensor on a 97 blazer and what does it do
The crankshaft position sensor is mounted in the transmission bellhousing at the left/rear side of the engine block
Yea, it's probably the speed sensor or more likely a connector.