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Grand Voyager: The Speedo on my 2002 Grand Voyager only works

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The Speedo on my 2002 Grand Voyager only works in reverse, it does not work when moving forward
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: UK Car
Expert:  Billy replied 2 years ago.
Hello and Welcome! I'm Billy and i will assist you with your inquiry. Feel free to ask if any further info is needed.
Which sensor was cleaned (the one on the transmission, on the differential)?
do you have any warning lights on the dash (check engine light perhaps)?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
The output sensor that is on just behind the nearside whee.There are no warning lights on the dashboard
Expert:  Billy replied 2 years ago.
do you have the 4x4 version or the 2wd version?
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
2002 Grand Voyager 2.5 CRD Manual 2wd.Where is the sensor for the speedo located?
Expert:  Billy replied 2 years ago.
The sensor is located at the back of the transmission housing.
I will include a diagram that should help locating it:
Check it, and its pinion, as this should be the source of the problem (on this model the instrument cluster itself is known to fail, however, we need to confirm through diagnosis)
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thanks for the diagramI've run a self test on the instrument panel and everything looks fine there.What is the best way to access the speedo sensor on the transmission housing?
Expert:  Billy replied 2 years ago.
Removing the wheel, and the wheel arch on the transmission side, should be the easiest access option.