speed senor installation?

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ok, i have good and bad news. first the bad; my speedometer went out today on my car. now the good; i purchased a speed sensor from advanced auto this after noon and they'll have it by 8 in the morning. now back to the bad; i have no flipping idea how to put it in.

all help appreciated.
thanks!
 

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its located toward the fire wall on the tranny, its one bolt holding it in, really not a hard install, pull the old one out, put the new one in. Easy.
 


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i just changed it on my bro's gsr...it was two bolts on his...it would be easier if you take off your air intake if you have one...
 

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LatinEM1 said:
i just changed it on my bro's gsr...it was two bolts on his...it would be easier if you take off your air intake if you have one...
on D series its one bolt.
 


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thanks guys i really appreciate it, i kind of knew where it was, but was clueless on the install. thanks again.
 

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that pic is kinda horrible. Although it does give an idea of the location.
 

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Eran said:
You're lucky I have a transmision lying in my bathroom :laugh:

If your wife has ever said "COME MOVE THIS TRANSMISSION SO I CAN TAKE A BATH!!"

Youuuuu might be a redneck
 

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Nah, that doesn't apply, for three reasons:

1) It's not in the tub.
2) It's not a Turbo350 or a Rockcrusher 4-Speed :lol:
3) My grandparents aren't from Texas .............. they're from Virginia :laugh:
 




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