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Old 11-16-2011, 04:55 AM
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Default odometer don't works where the speed is picked up?

Hello All,
On my Ram 2006 5.7 the odometer don't works. Where is picked up the speed, where is the sensor? I've try the rear diff & the front left wheel with no success
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Back in the day they were mechanical and picked up at the tail of the transmission. Not sure about the newer style, most likely electronic, and may still be a sensor on the transmission.
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