Location of Speed Sensors on a '95 Cirrus?

Answer The wheel speed sensor (WSS) is a device that monitors the rotation of a wheel. On a 1995 Chrysler Cirrus, all wheels have their own speed sensor that inputs information to the car computer to regu... Read More »

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The Location of Transmission Speed Sensors?

A typical car needs to have its speed constantly monitored by internal engine sensors. Sensors, such as the vehicle speed sensor, allow the engine's on-board computer to adjust the engine's functio... Read More »

The Location of O2 Sensors in a 1997 Chevy Blazer?

The oxygen (O2) sensors in a 1997 Chevrolet Blazer are an important component of the exhaust system, working to manage the balance between oxygen and fuel. A faulty oxygen sensor can throw off the ... Read More »

The Location of the Oxygen Sensors on a Chrysler Sebring Convertible Bank 1?

The emissions-control system of most modern vehicles uses an oxygen (O2) sensor to measure the amount of oxygen in the engine exhaust. The sensor transmits this data to the vehicle's computer by m... Read More »

AC Vs. DC Wheel Speed Sensors?

Several systems in a car need to know the vehicle's speed in order to operate correctly. The systems that measure vehicle speed do so by measuring wheel speed, which can be done using AC or DC curr... Read More »