There is no cable its electronic speed sensor
nope it has an electronic speed sensor
Vehicle Speed Sensor
It is probably a bad speed sensor. The speed sensor is located on the transmission and sends a signal to the speedometer. It acts like a speedometer cable only sending electronic pulses instead of turning like a cable does.
the speed sensor is located on the side of the transmission, there is no physical cable like the older cars, the speedometer and sensor are electronic. If the speedometer is working and showing speed traveled but the trip meter (odometer) is not working, the speedometer itself is faulty, is the speedometer is not showing speed travel and the odometer is not logging miles travel, then most likely the speed sensor is dead.
no cable electronic speed sensor (wire driven)
In 1979 the speedometer was driven by cable. They went electronic in the early 80's.
I believe starting on the 1996 Explorer , it went to an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) so it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable
NO cable. it has a vehicle speed sensor bolted into the transmission. Electronic controlled.
I believe it was 1996 that the Explorers started using an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) Since then the Explorers have not had a conventional speedometer cable
It does not have a speedometer gear. The speedometer is electronic and gets its signal from the ABS and transmission computers from the wheel speed and transmission speed sensors.It does not have a speedometer gear. The speedometer is electronic and gets its signal from the ABS and transmission computers from the wheel speed and transmission speed sensors.
There is no speedometer cable. MPH is calibrated using a speed sensor. If your speedometer is not working, you have a bad speed sensor module.
A 98 Civic does not have a speedometer cable. It is an electronic speedometer. So if you are having problems with it not working the most likely culprit is the vehicle speed sensor (VSS).
I don't believe it has one , the Ford Explorers 1996 and newer models don't have a conventional speedometer cable , they have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS )
The speed sensor is located in the speedometer assembly, at the back of where the speedometer needle connects.
if i remember correctly they did not start using an electronic speedometer in f150's till 1992 so your vehicle should still have a mechanical speedometer which has a cable ran down to your transmission. the sensor on the rear differential on those models is an abs sensor on 92 and later its the abs and speed sensor.
The vehicle speed sensor which is an integral part of the speedometer
I believe that 1995 was the last year for a conventional speedometer cable on a Ford Explorer , and then Ford went to an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor
Actually , it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable , it has an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) according to my Haynes repair manual
The speedometer signal is all electronic. There is no cable. The signal comes from speed sensors.The speedometer signal is all electronic. There is no cable. The signal comes from speed sensors.
1996 and newer have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor that operates your electronic speedometer and also sends a signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) The PCM uses this signal to control several different functions of the engine and transmission.. Your 1996 doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable.
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
I'm pretty sure the speedometer uses the transmission speed sensor. the rear axle speed sensor is for the rear antilock brakes.