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Not sure wich speed sensor to replace on my 97 town and country.speedometor very erradic and tranny not shifting correctly

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You need to replace the output speed sensor..located on front of transmission..near driver's side wheel..2 pin connector..unscrews from transmission case..fairly inexpensive part..around 35-40 bucks

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These are the signs of the vehicle speed sensor going bad. This sensor is located on the output shaft of the transmission. You should be able to unplug the electrical connector and then screw the assembly out of the tail shaft.

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

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