A temp sensor
It can, but not always.
In the fuel tank.
i had the same problem with my 99 and it was in the rear end
It sends the speed of the axle to the abs computer so it can calculate what the vehicle's ground speed.
where is the speed sensor on a 1999 dodge ram The vehicle speed sensor is located on the top of the rear axle. You remove the nut and stud that hold it down and gently twist and pry it out. Be carefull not to break it off.
it doesn't have one
There is no fuel pump inertia switch on a 1999 Dodge Intrepid.
The vehicle speed sensor is on the top of the rear axle not the trans.
It controls the operation of the transmission.
ECM means "Engine computer module"
The speed sensor in my 1998 Durango is located in the rear differential. Also has something to do with your speedometer reading ? Yes, the speedometer signal comes through the ABS computer from the rear axle speed sensor.
Yes they will , just change around the valve covers and intake from the new to the old.
The vehicle speed sensor which is an integral part of the speedometer
The speedometer gets its signal from the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
A 1999 Dodge Caravan does not have a mass airflow sensor.
If your car is anything like my 2001 intrepid, it is because only one of your radiator fans are coming on when the temp sensor tells your fans to turn on. You hear a fan kick on, but it is only one of them. There are two.
It is inside the trans, on the valve body. It is called a TRS,
The axle speed sensor measures the axle speed for ABS functions and for the speedometer.
There are four speed sensors on a 99 BMW 328i. One sensor is located on each of the four wheels.
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Trouble code P0720 means:Output speed sensor circuit malfunction
ur car sucks!!!!