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Old 07-17-2017, 08:01 PM   #15
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DryCreek,
I have not replaced the speed sensor... I was told if it was bad the transmission would not shift properly... you're probably right on the trouble code too... but it shifts fine and no trouble lights so far... it happened sometime over the winter months... worked just fine when I parked it in the fall... didn't when I drove it the first time this spring...there is a repair shop I have sent other instrument clusters to in the past... they said they could fix it for $230.00... I just haven't had time to deal with it... I'll probably send it out this winter...
Whoa there! Before thinking it is the instrument cluster, have you replaced the speed sensor mounted in the top of the differential? It is just a Hall Effect sensor counting magnetic pulses from a tone ring - just like the wheel speed sensors or the Camshaft/Crankshaft Position Sensors. Also, since the issue started after coming out of storage, check the wires feeding the speed sensor. It could be vermin have chewed through the wire bundle there. The speed sensor is very easy to replace.
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