Well beings it is an older car it's probably not gonna have wheel speed sensors so the only way your car is gonna know how fast it's going is the speed of the transmission... the sensor is probably mounted on the bell housing.BetterThe speed sensor is actually connected to the speedometer cable, that's why its a two piece cable. Look under the hood right under the master cylinder its a round thing inline with the speedo cable. Good Luck, it's kind of difficult to change. Chris :)
The speed sensor is not in the speedometer cable. It is screwed to the back of the speedometer. It's a small light, like an LED, that shines onto a rotating piece and puts out a two pulse per rev signal.
The speed sensor on a 1984 Monte Carlo is located on the output shaft. The speed sensor is typically driven by the gear of the vehicle.
The Vehicle Speed Sensor is located on the transmission.jd
It is located on the transmission.
It is located in the transmission.
It is located in the transmission
It's built into the computer.
It's controlled by the computer, to rid it you have to reprogram the computer.
Here is an excellent diagram, includes location and replacement instructions: http://www.justanswer.com/questions/29v0n-how-do-you-change-a-speed-sensor-in-a-2005-chevy-carlo
no speed sensor is on passenger side on transmission also . I have a hanyes book!
It's built into the computer and you have to buy a high performance program from the aftermarket and reprogram the computer to override it.
On my 95 Monte Carlo Z-34, the top speed was 114 and started to cut out at 115.
The speed sensor is a small green plastic box located to the left side of the radio. If you remove the plastic panel under the steering wheel and look under the dash next to the radio you will find it.