A Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) senses the speed of the vehicle. Used for automatic transmission shift points and other electronics. Another speed sensor would be a wheel speed sensor. This one monitors wheel speed for ABS and Traction control.
The speed sensor tells how fast the wheels are turning. The cruise control uses this to maintain the speed. When you get the code for speed sensor it is not working properly.
A "speed" sensor can affect the shifting of the trans.
how u take off a transmission speed control sensor on a 1996 chev lumina
Speed Sensor The sensor is located on the rear axle housing.
If you are refering to the vehicle speed sensor (VSS) it is on tranny by where the axles are
The 2001 Pontiac sun fire speed control sensor is located on the front passenger wheel. The sensor can be found on the inside of the rotor.
no such thing
It is a sensor that monitors wheel speed and sends that info to the abs module and/or the traction control module.
The output speed sensor tell the computer what speed the trans output is turning to know when to shift.
The speed sensor for the speedometor and cruise control should be on the back of the transmission. There is another speed sensor on the top of the differential to indicate one wheel spinning and the other wheel rotating slower. There is another speed sensor on the front and back wheels to control ABS. Which sensor are you looking for??? Joedi
where is speed sensor location 98 ford expedition 4.6 engine nocruise control
One of the speed sensors runs the speedometer/odometer and transmission shift patterns, other speed sensors run the abs and or traction control.
The engine computer is not getting a road speed sensor reading.
in the top of the diff in the back
i heard the speed sensor is connected to the rear right wheel.
The speed control device or speed sensor on a 1995 Ford Windstar is located on the transmission. It is a plug in just behind the bell housing.
the rear one is in the chassis
No it does not.
All modern vehicles have a VSS sensor (Vehicle Speed Sensor) attached to the transmission or an axle that generates a speed signal. This signal is used by the speedometer, cruise control, and some of the engine and transmission computers.