Q: Where is the output speed sensor on a 2001 BMW 330 i

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My car has barely any power until about 3 gear and I ought the output speed sensor and I don't know where it is located on the car

My car has 160000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The output shaft and input shaft transmission speed sensors are inside the transmission pan. The output sensor is near rear of pan and input is near front of pan on transmission. The pan needs to be removed for access to sensors.

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