Q: Will I have to take out the whole transmission or apart just to get to to that piece (transmission speed sensor

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Transmission speed sensor do I have to take it out to get to that piece

My car has 13324 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The output speed sensor is replaced from outside the transmission and is located on rear of transmission. No need to remove transmission.

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