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How to replace a Input Speed Sensor on 2000

How to replace a Input Shaft Speed Sensor on 2000 Hyundai Sonata- V6, 2.5L? How will the car act if one of these Speed Sensors is bad?

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Where is speed senor on a Hyundai Sonatas


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On 1999-2003 vehicles, the vehicle speed sensor is built into the speedometer. On 2004-2005 vehicles, the vehicle speed sensor is attached to the output shaft of the transaxle.

On 1996-2003 vehicles, the vehicle speed sensor is built into the speedometer. On 2004-2005 vehicles, the vehicle speed sensor is attached to the output shaft of the transaxle.

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The vehicle speed sensor is installed on the differential of the transmission, and sends speed value to speed gauge on instrument cluster.

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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
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