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There are no relays in a speed sensor circuit. If you are talking about the relay itself, the output speed sensor is going to be in the extension housing of the transmission, and it probably doesn't have an input speed sensor, since it uses the crankshaft speed sensor as an input speed sensor.
The output speed sensor is located on top of the transmission output shaft, this will send speed value to the transmission control module (TCM). The vehicle speed sensor is installed on the differential of the transmission, and sends speed value to speed gauge on instrument cluster.
P0715 = Input Shaft Speed Sensor Malfunction
P0765 = P0765 Overdrive solenoid valve problem
The Input shaft speed sensor is located on top of the trans (center) under the shifter cable (the shifter cable is connected to the transaxel range switch). The Overdrive Solenoid valve is located INSIDE the trans (oil pan must be removed to access it).Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register (vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you'll have access to technical information (manuals, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc) about your vehicle.
The turbine shaft speed sensor can cause this problem, It is also know as the transmission input shaft speed sensor. It will cause the transmission to **** and also stick in 3rd gear, which wound cause slow acceleration.
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
Hi Chuck, I'm assuming you changed the crankshaft position sensor that is underneath the timing belt? If so, there is another sensor that is functionally tied to to it. There is a transmission input speed sensor. This sensor is below the bracket holding the shift cable in
place and is much easier to replace. I'm not a Hyundai specific tech so please be aware, I'm guessing :-) I would shotgun the input speed sensor at it if it is not too expensive. I believe that these two sensors work in conjunction to tell the computer if the lock-up is slipping. This may be one of those; "Tag, your it" problems and maybe that ses light was on previously.