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Just to make sure are you replacing the output speed sensor for the speedometer operation or the input speed sensor?
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The output speed sensor is located near where the passenger axle enters the transmission housing right where it enters the housing,it will have one bolt holding it in place that can be removed,then the sensor removed and unplugged and replaced,usually less then 1.5 hours labor to do this.
The input speed sensor is located internally in the transmission and the transmission would need removed and taken apart to gain access to replace this sensor,usually around 10 hours labor to replace this sensor and does require some special tools to do this repair as well from a dealer or transmission shop.
It is the output sensor, the input sensor has already been changed. My brother is the one that is changing it and he is a mechanic and can't even find where it is located! I would like a detailed explanation. He has tried looking for it where you described and was unsuccessful, wondering if a picture would help?
Let me check on a picture for you,be right back.
Here is a picture of what it should look like and its location,notice how it is right next to the output flange on the transmission:
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