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How to Replace Speed Sensor 96-09 Chrysler Sebring

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How to Replace Speed Sensor 96-09 Chrysler Sebring

Created on: 2021-01-16

Watch this video to learn how to replace a broken or malfunctioning speedometer transmission output sensor in a 96-09 Chrysler Sebring.

  1. step 1 :Removing the Airbox
    • Disconnect the tabs and pull the harnesses free
    • Pull the vacuum hose free
    • Loosen the hose clamp with a flat blade screwdriver
    • Pull the air box up and out
  2. step 2 :Removing the Input Sensor
    • Pull up and remove the tab
    • Remove the sensor with a one inch socket
    • Pull the sensor up and out
  3. step 3 :Installing the New Input Sensor
    • Turn the sensor back in counterclockwise
    • Tighten the sensor with a one inch socket
    • Tighten the sensor between 8 and 12 ft/lbs
    • Reconnect the sensor harness
  4. step 4 :Reinstalling the Airbox
    • Place the airbox into its slot
    • Reconnect the hose clamp to the throttle body
    • Reconnect the vacuum hose
    • Reconnect the sensors and harnesses

Tools needed for replacement

  • Ratchets & Related

    Socket Extensions

    Ratchet

  • Screwdrivers & Related

    Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - SAE

    One Inch Socket

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Hi, I'm Don from 1A Auto. I hope this how-to video helps you out, and the next time you need a part for your vehicle, think of 1AAuto.com. Thanks.

In this video, we're going to how you how to replace the input speed sensor on this 2004 Chrysler Sebring. It has a 2.7L with the automatic transmission. This procedure is the same for many Chrysler and Dodge vehicles with the automatic transmission. You'll need a new sensor from 1AAuto.com, a flat blade screwdriver, a one inch socket, and a ratchet with an extension.

You're going to remove your air box, loosen that clamp. There's also usually another bolt down where his forearm is that holds the air box to the frame. You can see, remove the sensor, the hose, and then pull the air box up and out. The input sensor is down below two transmission lines closer to the engine. You just pull up on a tab and pull it off.

Use a on inch socket and a short extension, turn counterclockwise, and take that sensor out. Once you get it going, it's usually pretty easy to get in there with your hand and just unscrew it that way.

On the left is the new one from 1A Auto, an exact match, and we'll install and plug in just like the original. Not too much mystery here, just put the sensor back in, turn it counterclockwise and then put your wrench, socket, and extension back on there. You want to seat it and then turn it about an 1/8 of an inch, tighten up which should be right around anywhere from 8 to 12 foot pounds. Reach down and make sure you securely reconnect the harness.Then we'll reinstall our air box and tighten up the clamp that holds the intake hose, the throttle body, reconnect the hose and reconnect any of the sensors you might have disconnected.

We hope this video helps you out. Brought to you by www.1AAuto.com, your source for quality replacement parts and the best service on the Internet. Please feel free to call us toll-free, 888-844-3393. We're the company that's here for you on the Internet and in person.

Tools needed for replacement:

    Ratchets & Related

  • Socket Extensions
  • Ratchet

  • Screwdrivers & Related

  • Flat Blade Screwdriver

  • Sockets - SAE

  • One Inch Socket

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