Where is a 1999 Jeep output speed sensor located?

Answer The output speed sensors on a 1999 jeep are mounted in the left side of the transmission case and are considered primary inputs to the Transmission Control Module (TCM), according to WJ Read More »

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What Is an Output Speed Sensor?

In a vehicle, the output speed sensor is also known as the vehicle speed sensor. It sends a signal to the transmission control unit to inform it of the speed of the vehicle.

Line Output Converter Instructions for a 1999 Jeep?

If you need to wire an amplifier to the stock stereo head unit in your Jeep, you will need a line output converter. The stock stereo does not have amplifier outputs. These special outputs are req... Read More »

How to Change an Output Speed Sensor?

The output speed sensor on your vehicle's transmission monitors its speed at any given time. The sensor relays this information to the engine's computer, which then adjusts the speedometer accordin... Read More »

How to Replace a P0720 Output Speed Sensor?

When the "check engine" light appears in your vehicle, it's best to connect your scan tool and find the exact code triggering the problem. Code P0720 identifies the problem as the output speed sens... Read More »