yes, it would. long starts and sputtering are other symptoms
What problems will a bad speed sensor cause on a 1999 Nissan Maxima
cam or crank sensor
The odometer gets its signal from the speed sensor, so if the (tailshaft) speed sensor is bad then the odometer obviously will not work
The transmission computer takes the output speed sensor signal and sends it to the cluster for the speedometer reading. The output speed sensor is a likely cause.The transmission computer takes the output speed sensor signal and sends it to the cluster for the speedometer reading. The output speed sensor is a likely cause.
Vehicle speed is typically monitored at the transmission output shaft, therefore, the sensor would be located on the transmission tail houseing.
That is True.. A faulty speed sensor will cause no shift or late shift..
Replace the faulty speed sensor and the light will reset itself after a short drive.
A bad transmission speed sensor will result in the transmission not shifting at the proper times. The defective transmission speed sensor may also cause the vehicle not to idle properly.
speed cable or speed sensor
its located next to the drivers side front tire, by the brakes
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
It is located on the tailshaft of the transmission, on the passenger side.
In some vehicles, yes.
You have a bad Vss Sensor.............. The vehicle speed sensor.
yes it can but also check the speed sensor if your vehicle is equiped with one.
Typically, a bad "speed sensor" will provide an incorrect voltage input to the vehicles computer. That, in hand, would cause a problem in the speed-o-meter reading, as well as shifting problems.
No, the range sensor reads what gear or "range" you have shifted into.A speed sensor reads the speed of an item.No, the range sensor reads what gear or "range" you have shifted into.A speed sensor reads the speed of an item.
No, the wheel speed sensors monitor the wheel speed for the ABS and the TCS. The speed sensor mounted in the transmission monitors the vehicle speed for the speedometer/odometer and transmission controls.
No.. They really have nothing in common. A speed sensor sends a signal from your transmission that is shown on your gauge in the dash. That is all the sensor does- it has nothing to do to my knowledge with the shifting functions
The trans is electronically shifted so the sensor being bad is a likely cause.
The speed sensor wire is connected to the speed sensor and goes to the speed sensor relay switch. The speed sensor relay switch is connected to the computer by a separate wire.
The vehicle speed sensor is located in the transaxle. If the technician forgot to pop the sensor far enough back into the hole, the tranny fluid could potentially leak out. I know, because this happened to me when I replaced my Speed sensor.
Answersame problem I have.I think throtle position sensor and speed sensor can cause thise problem.try first any adjustment on throtle sensor then speed sensor. may be both wear out.A faulty ABS speed sensor can give you those symptoms. Just to eliminate the possibility, remove the ABS fuse and take it for a test drive. If the problem goes away you have found the problem.
Need to know if you are asking about the vehicle speed sensor, a front wheel speed sensor or rear wheel speed sensor.