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Honda Transmission Speed Sensor

Honda Transmission Speed Sensor

Symptoms of Faulty Transmission Speed Sensor

  1. Erratic Shifting: The most common symptom is erratic or unpredictable shifting behavior.  We can face abrupt or delayed gear changes that can affect driving and have the risk of being potentially unsafe.
  2. Check Engine Light: A faulty speed sensor can trigger the check engine light existing on the dashboard of the vehicle. Currently used vehicles come with onboard diagnostics (OBD) systems that can easily detect irregularities in sensor readings and blink the check engine light as a warning sign.
  3. Inaccurate Speedometer: The speedometer is based on data from the speed sensor to show the speed of the car accurately. The faulty sensor can result in the speedometer providing an errored reading that can cause speeding tickets or difficulties in maintaining regular speed
  4. Loss of Cruise Control: Different vehicles use data from speed sensors for cruise control functions. If the sensor not working then cruise control becomes unavailable or behaves erratically.
  5. Stalling or Poor Acceleration: A faulty speed sensor can prevent the gearbox from varying gears when it should. As a result, the vehicle can stall when slowing down or accelerate slowly when it trying to gain speed.
  6. Harsh Downshifting: In some conditions, a malfunctioning sensor can cause the transmission to downshift suddenly when it shouldn’t, it upraptly decreases speed and potential loss of control.
  7. Increased Fuel Consumption: A malfunctioning speed sensor can cause ineffective shifting that increases fuel consumption since the engine has a harder time getting the proper gear, especially while traveling in cities.

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Symptoms of Faulty Transmission Speed Sensor

  1. Erratic Shifting: The most common symptom is erratic or unpredictable shifting behavior.  We can face abrupt or delayed gear changes that can affect driving and have the risk of being potentially unsafe.
  2. Check Engine Light: A faulty speed sensor can trigger the check engine light existing on the dashboard of the vehicle. Currently used vehicles come with onboard diagnostics (OBD) systems that can easily detect irregularities in sensor readings and blink the check engine light as a warning sign.
  3. Inaccurate Speedometer: The speedometer is based on data from the speed sensor to show the speed of the car accurately. The faulty sensor can result in the speedometer providing an errored reading that can cause speeding tickets or difficulties in maintaining regular speed
  4. Loss of Cruise Control: Different vehicles use data from speed sensors for cruise control functions. If the sensor not working then cruise control becomes unavailable or behaves erratically.
  5. Stalling or Poor Acceleration: A faulty speed sensor can prevent the gearbox from varying gears when it should. As a result, the vehicle can stall when slowing down or accelerate slowly when it trying to gain speed.
  6. Harsh Downshifting: In some conditions, a malfunctioning sensor can cause the transmission to downshift suddenly when it shouldn’t, it upraptly decreases speed and potential loss of control.
  7. Increased Fuel Consumption: A malfunctioning speed sensor can cause ineffective shifting that increases fuel consumption since the engine has a harder time getting the proper gear, especially while traveling in cities.

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