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location of input/output speed sensors

need help with location of input/output speed sensors..any1 have any pics of this!i wanna buy a 99 2.7 in limp mode with no speedo working lol.. driver was driving and the speedo quit.. then found out is was in limp mode.. has rebuilt motor and respectable body.. under 200,000km

how much are these gonna run me.. and if i decide its to much to tackle whats labour gonna run me at a respectable shop, like how many 'hours' would it take to complete both noob and professional style

im not completely a noob.. im a computer tech not a mechanic
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The input and output sensors are on the drivers side of the trans
they use the same connector,but, have different threads, one has a course thread and the other has a fine thread. can not remember the socket size. Just remove them one at a time then dissconnect the neg battery terminal to clear the codes. You mave loos some trans fluid so have a quart of ATF 4 as well.
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The input and output sensors are on the drivers side of the trans
they use the same connector,but, have different threads, one has a course thread and the other has a fine thread. can not remember the socket size. Just remove them one at a time then dissconnect the neg battery terminal to clear the codes. You mave loos some trans fluid so have a quart of ATF 4 as well.
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1" wrench - socket works, but may be better to attack one or both from the side with an open-end. You won't lose any ATF. Just snug them up - they are made of plastic, and have o-rings to do the sealing.
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On driver's side of tranny - access from underneath car:
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Execellent professional pictoral there!, ;) Nice!
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this is prefect if anyone can elaborate anymore give er.. all the info the better

im paying 500 for the "broken car" lol

no speedo and limp mode.. guessing an easy fix.. am i gonna have more probs?
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More than likely it's the output speed sensor that threw the trouble codes...lemme guess, P0700? Fairly easy and inexpensive fix (about $23 per) if those are the problem. I had that code on the 300M and replaced the speed sensors only to find out that the solenoid that controls the valves in the transmission took a shit. Luckily it was under the extended warranty we bought or it would have been a $750 job at the stealership!! As was said above, a 1" socket that is long enough to get over the whole sensor will work but the space is cramped up there so let the motor cool down a bit before working. Best wishes!
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