Q: Q: output shaft speed sensor

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output shaft speed sensor location is it on the driver side. ?

NEED TO KNOW FOR 2010 SENTRA

My car has 76000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hey, again Brandon. Yes, the output shaft speed sensor is located on the driver side, on the outside of the front differential.

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