where is the speed sensor for the speedometer located on the trans --- easy repair???

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Asked by Dec 30, 2013 at 08:43 AM about the 2001 Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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your input and ouput speed sensors should be replaced as a pair the output is the one the does the speedometer, the output and input are on the front of the transmission in front of the radiator underhood. 1" socket to remove them, the output has a small tip at the end with a much larger thread than the input.

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and yes it's easy may loose a few drops of fluid replacing nothing major, always reset the PCM after replacement, battery disconnect for 10 minutes

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suggestions on where to get the sensors-- NAPA??? what do you mean by resetting the PCM--- power control modual

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My speedometer stopped working after unqualified mech changed starter, battery,and even alternator, when he got done fiddling lot of things stopped working, my question is how can i locate speedometer sensor and get it working, Chrysler Sebring limited edition coupe 2005

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