Do you have a wiring diagram for the instrument cluster? Any other ideas for troubleshooting? Also is it just removing the harness from the sensor and unscrewing it, and then putting the new one on? I have attached a few pictures of where I think it is and was hoping for some feedback. Measure resistance between ground and instrument cluster harness connector C252 terminal No. Visually inspect instrument cluster printed circuit for damage, cracks or hot spots. Oh yea, I forgot to update this thread. Hi folks I am having the hardest time pinpointing where my vehicle speed sensor is.
I have checked the connectors and have voltage on the input and output sensor. When the ignition coil works properly, the electric current through the resistance is detected as voltage drop. Separated them a little and used several coats to seal it up. The sensor is still on the trans output shaft housing. Measure voltage between ground and instrument cluster harness connector C253 terminal No.
I used liquid elect tape and coated the wires. The output shaft speed sensor is often used to provide vehicle speed information to the control module and for adaptive learning. Try changing the speed sensor. My Fix 7-2018: Speedometer goes to 0- zero - when I try to set the cruise control. I got the job of cleaning it up. Place the sensor into the appropriate spot on the transmission.
If resistances are as specified, go to next step. Call toll free to order or place your order online via our secure checkout system. The sensor is a magnetic unit that screws into the transmission and has an electrical connector plugged into it. Any other ideas for troubleshooting? If voltage is more than 10 volts, go to next step. If Engine Control Module detects a malfunction, no ignition is possible, so the engine would not start. Measure voltage between ground and instrument cluster harness connector C252 terminals No.
If instrument cluster printed circuit is damaged, replace printed circuit and gauge contact clips. Took the car to a mechanic who read the error. I had a battery installed and the speedometer worked fine beforehand. Otherwise its a bad connection, which could be fun to find. Recently it began having the problem I will describe, which seems to be transmission-related. It must have slowly worked its way out of the plug.
You could memorize the names, but for more modern it is easier to tell the bolt count. If voltage is more than 10 volts, go to next step. You pull up the cup holders and the wires and censor are right there, give it a try hey and if I ain't right you learn something from it, theres got … ta be something there. I got the job of cleaning it up. Someone suggested it might be a ground issue.
The sensor is now ready for use. Reset error codes, Oxygen sensor is ignored if old errors are not cleared. If fuse is blown, go to next step. Can you please tell me which sensor I need and then how to replace it? Mice got in and built a nest in the heater blower. They just dont build them like they used to.
Hiw difficult and costly is this repair? Any other suggestions or troubleshooting steps I can try? If you raise the hood and look down on the front of the engine, you will see the exaust manifold, and there will be a sensor screwed into the middle of that manifold. The computer show me the problem. Is it just unplugging the harness and unscrewing the senor and putting the new one. If instrument cluster printed circuit is okay, replace speedometer. You'll need to take the intake housing and the battery and box out to get to it. The light goes away and is fine for a while.