What does a speed sensor do in a transmission?

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The speed sensor in your automatic transmission tells the transmission went to shift gears. The speed sensor also monitors the amount of pressure in your transmission.
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1. Raise the front of the vehicle and then set it down to rest securely on jack stands. Chock the rear wheel to prevent movement. Locate the speed sensor attached to the rear section
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This is fairly easy I just did it on my 99 breeze expresso You have to block up the car. On the drivers side front you have to crawl under it and remove the plastic covers (From underneath
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Ron, I am not exactly sure which sensor you need. Is it a Vechicle Speed Sensor or a mainshaft speed sensor. I would guess it is your VSS since I have seen them go bad often. Is your
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