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Old Nov 1, 2007, 10:04 AM   #1
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lancer es speed sensor issue

hello guys,

i need to know if this part number is interchangable with the dodge neon speed sensor...
i can't find the mitsu part anywhere on the net or in the local car part shops...

MR331743

please advise if speed sensors from other models such as galant, diamante etc can also be used......

any help is appreciated
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$200+ with installation....


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Old Nov 1, 2007, 10:21 AM   #2
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Guessing you've got a CEL, and that's what comes up? Is the car running fine or are the gauges messing up?
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thanks for the prompt reply dude.... what happens is that the engine response is sluggish and the transmission jerks( unhooking and hooking the battery back up solves the problem for about 5 miles or so and then it's christmas again (cel).... i got a code 0715 when got it tested at autozone.... input speed/turbine sensor problem... checked all the wiring ... everything is in it's place... so the only thing left is the sensor... but i don't wanna go through the dealer.... they're dumb as !#@$# when i called them for a price quote they were guesstimating how much it would cost...i do need the sensor but from what i've heard is that dodge/chrysler/mitsu parts are interchangeable.... lemme know where i can get this or what is comparable....
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5-sp or auto? Know anyone with a Lancer that would let you see if that was the issue? Meaning, a quick switch of the sensor and taking it for a spin? Not sure what other vehicle's sensor can work in it's place, but there proabably others out there. Parts/junk yard nearby? Give them a quick call to see what trannys they have in stock...if they even know.
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Here...
http://www.mitsubishiparts.net/cart/...&submit=Search

That's assuming the part number you listed is correct. I didn't check it myself.
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that's the part brother ..... i love you man...
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Guessing auto tranny then?
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yeppper..... can't afford no evo yet... to many layoffs in myfield.....
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i know that both speed sensors are on a transmission .... how do you know which one is which .... are there any manuals or something with diagrams that somone can share with me.... i would hate to take it to the dealer..... to get it done......
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Well, for one thing, the input shaft speed sensor and the output shaft speed sensor look different. When you actually look at the two, you'll be able to tell. The input shaft sensor (the one you ordered) has the electrical connector pointing up, whereas the output shaft sensor has the connector pointing off to the side. These pictures should help. The one boxed in red the second picture is MR331743.

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so .... tehcnically i don't need to take apart the tranny it's external....? right?
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you guys are awesome.... i hope you all have a great week....
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