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Unread 02-20-2012, 11:10 AM   #11
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Default Re: Need Help With an All of Sudden Slow Cart

Problem Solved! Thanks to all you guys for all your help. This forum is really great - where else can you get great advice free these days! I had a bad speed sensor, replaced with new one and everything is back to normal again. A piece of advice - if you have these symptoms and need a new speed sensor, an OEM part can be as much as $200, so shop around on the web and you can find an aftermarket speed sensor for about $75, or if you are willing to do a little tedious work yourself you can repair yours for about a buck and a half. There is a post on this forum that shows you how to do that. I chose to buy the aftermarket part and changed it out in about 10 minutes. Thanks Again Guys!
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Unread 02-20-2012, 11:48 AM   #12
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Problem Solved! Thanks to all you guys for all your help. This forum is really great - where else can you get great advice free these days! I had a bad speed sensor, replaced with new one and everything is back to normal again. A piece of advice - if you have these symptoms and need a new speed sensor, an OEM part can be as much as $200, so shop around on the web and you can find an aftermarket speed sensor for about $75, or if you are willing to do a little tedious work yourself you can repair yours for about a buck and a half. There is a post on this forum that shows you how to do that. I chose to buy the aftermarket part and changed it out in about 10 minutes. Thanks Again Guys!
thanks for the update.........kinda figured that might be the problem as they seemed to have an issue with the sensor in the mid 2000,s.................................
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