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Q:I have a 2000 Lexus ES300 with a P1730 code "NC Revolution Sensor Circuit" and is shifting hard - I will replace a sensor before any other work. I believe this car has 3 speed sensors, one for the speedometer, and two identical others (Intermotor P/N SN7138 ). I am not sure where these two are located, or how to troubleshoot them. Thanks for any advice.
A:Happy to help, Andrew! The two other sensors are input turbine speed sensor and the counter gear speed sensor located on top of the transmission. You have to check if the resistance is in the range of 560-680 ohms. If you have no prior experience in replacing these parts, it is recommended to seek a mechanic's advice to complete the project.
Q:2006 Toyota Sienna LE.
A:Yes, the Dorman - OE Solutions Transmission Output Speed Sensor - Part No. 917-603 is also known as revolution sensor or the intermediate shaft speed sensor. This sensor is located on top of the transmission; looking down right behind the throttle body you should see it. There is an electrical connector and a 12mm bolt. First check the connector, make sure it's connected all the way, and check the wires. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.