What Happens When a Speed Sensor Goes Bad?


When a speed sensor goes bad, it will make the check engine light come on. Your transmission will not run right and can jump gears. Your speedometer may stop working or work intermittently. Your anti-lock brakes may not work correctly and your cruise control may not work.
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What Happens When a Speed Sensor Goes Bad?
There are certain symptoms that will indicate a failing VSS sensor. These issues will cause major problems with the driveability of your vehicle, as the vehicle speed sensor is used by many of your vehicle's electronic and transmission systems to operate... More »
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