There are two types of speed sensors and you can't tell until you look. One is electrical/magnetic (VSS) and one is a cable that goes directly into the instrument cluster. Here is my answer to How to replace the Speedometer Cable in a 1990 Toyota 4x4 Pickup 3.0 3VZE V6. To remove the cable you will need to unhook the e-brake assembly and seperate the speedometer cable from the e-brake at the firewall by the gas pedal. On end goes to rear of the instrument cluster and the other end attaches to a small gear at the rear of the transmission. The instrument cluster will need to be removed.
Remove cable from speedometer head and squirt proper lubricant through cable housing
Ther is no cable it's electronic
That will be a 4L80E. transmission.
It goes from you speedometer down you engine bay to the transfer case (if that's a 4X4) or into your transmission (4X2)
call auto parts and check part numbers on both years to see if they match.
That would be the 4L60E
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pickup speedometer does not register from a cold start. Shifting lurches and then all evens out after about 30 mph
I'm not by any means an expert but on my 87 4X4 5 speed the cable runs from the speedometer down the top right of the transmission into the back of the transfer case under neath the truck. It will be a thick (about 3/8"), stiff, black wire which is actually the cable housing.
There might not be a cable. Some have an electronic pickup for the speedo, so what you will be looking for is a device with a couple of wires coming from, around the same place the speedo would normally hook up- the left side of the adapter housing for the transfer case.
I'am not sure about your vehicle, but most have a cable that runs from your speedometer to the transmission. speed is read by a gear that spins the cable. most of the time the cable is simply broken and is pretty easy to replace. if you have a digital speedometer it is usually a simple two wire cord that runs from the side of trasnsmission to speedometer. either way speed is read off the transmission on my 93 f-150 the speedometer sensor is on the third member of the rear end. I have a 1995 F150 5.8 auto 4x4. My speed sensor is on the tail shaft of the transfer case.
Kickdown cable needs adjusting.
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The 1994 Toyota pickup truck starter mounting bolts can be found on the head of the starter. There will be three mounting bolts.
Try looking on Kelly Bluebook.
If you look under the truck, near the left rear side of the transmission, check for a cable secured to the transmission by a bolt and clip. This is the speedometer cable, which is probably broken in your case, if it is a 4x4 truck, the cable is on the left rear of the transfer case. You can buy just a cable from your parts store, pull the cable from the housing, it should have a square end about 1-2 inches long on each end of the cable. The cable is secured to the back of the speedometer by a spring clip. If you pull out a cable that is not suare on both ends, it is broken!!
The Nissan 4x4 pickup 2.3 was produced from the years 1990 to present in the United States. The spark plug gap on a 1986 Nissan 4x4 pickup 2.3 is .044.
Most all GM vehicles switched to an electrical unit around '91. There won't be a cable.
The correct gap for the 22RE (4 cylinder) is .031
It will fit, obviously the body styles will clash abit, but no biggy
If the speedometer and tachometer are not working in a 1994 Nissan Kingcab 4X4 V6, it could be that a fuse is burned out. It could also be that their mechanisms in the undercarriage are corroded or dirty if the vehicle was used for 4-wheeling off road.
If both are 4X4 then yes.
The Auto Trader website is a good way one could find a used 4x4 pickup online. They have dozens such vehicles listed for sale. One can also find a used 4x4 pickup for sale online at 'netcars'.
Might be a 4x4 cable on front axle. Disconnect it from the actuator or where it runs to underneath the battery. Once the cable is unhooked, it can not be in 4x4.