What does the main shaft speed sensor do?
The Main Shaft Speed Sensor measures the rotational speed of the transmission gearing exiting the main case, taken from the auxiliary upper countershaft gear. The Output Shaft Speed Sensor measures the rotational speed of the output shaft taken from the Output Shaft Tone Wheel. via
Where is the speed sensor located on a Honda Accord? (video)
How much is a speed sensor for a Honda Accord?
The average cost for a Honda Accord vehicle speed sensor replacement is between $217 and $252. Labor costs are estimated between $57 and $72 while parts are priced between $160 and $180. This range does not include taxes and fees, and does not factor in your specific model year or unique location. via
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How many speed sensors does a Honda Accord have?
Three-channel three sensor ABS: One sensor is located at each front wheel, and a rear wheel speed sensor is installed on the rear axle. via
How much is a speed sensor for a 97 Honda Accord?
We currently carry 4 Transmission Speed Sensor products to choose from for your 1997 Honda Accord, and our inventory prices range from as little as $107.99 up to $151.99. via
How much is a Honda ABS sensor?
The best part is, our Honda Accord ABS Speed Sensor products start from as little as $26.99. via
Can a bad speed sensor cause stalling?
This sensor controls ignition timing of the engine and when it fails the computer does not know when to ignite the cylinder causing the engine to stall and not start correctly. via