if its the same as a 98, then with the hood upand your looking towards the rear of the car, its on the left side of the engine, at the back, look way down over the exhaust manifold and you will see a two wires in an insulated sleeve dissapearing into a rectangular heat shield, pull on the heat shield and it will come off and slide up the wires and voila there it is. mine was a swine to get out, the top part of the vss sensor came off, i had to thread a 5/16 lag bolt into the thing and pound it out with a slide hammer gear puller, but the shop wanted $400 to replace it.. i was successful and went to dinner with the savings lol
The trick is to snake your arm down the back, ajacent to the maifold pipe, and unplug the wiring harness. I used a 10mm socket to unscrew the bolt that holds the sensor in place. Once the screw was out it was easy to pull the sensor out and rush to Auto Zone and get a new one. Reverse the process in putting the sensor in(20 min flat), test drove that bad boy and it works like a charm. All done it cost me $20 that's a far cry from $150 to $250 to have it done at a garage. Yoah! I'am a happy camper.
The 1996 Nissan 200 vehicle speed sensor can be found on the back of the transmission. The vehicle speed sensor will be in the upper left-hand corner of the transmission.
The speed sensor on a 1996 Pathfinder 3.3 automatic transmission is in the engine compartment. It is on the transfer case.
It is located on the transmission.
The speed sensor on a 1996 Honda Accord is found on top go the transmission. The sensor will have a two prong wire clipped into it.
The vehicle speed signal comes from the transmission output speed sensor, driver side of the transmission. It is the rear most two wire sensor.
how u take off a transmission speed control sensor on a 1996 chev lumina
Look on the transmission by where the axles come out
It is the two wire sensor on the lower rear driver side of the transmission.
The speed sensor for a 1996 Geo Tracker is located on the transmission housing. The speed sensor is important , it keeps track of the tires and delivers the figures to the main system
It is located in the transmission.
transmission/ transfer case
It is located in the transmission