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Old 06-22-2010, 05:13 PM
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Exclamation nissan altimap 0720 & p1574 codes

i have 2002 2.5s 4 cylinder nissan altima ( auto transmission)

the ses light is on and codes are p0720 n p1574.
the problem in shifting gears n cuise control is interminnent.

its something related to speed sensors.

i am confused as a no. of speed sensors are there.
can anyone please tell me which speed sensor is for the transmission control n location n from where i can get n price.

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Having the same problem, seems to be revolution sensor on back side of transmission closer to engine.

Did you resolve your problem?
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im having thesame problem, what did you guys find?
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Hi,
Having the same problem, seems to be revolution sensor on back side of transmission closer to engine.

Did you resolve your problem?
You probably need the revolution sensor. You can find more information about the P0720 code here: OBDII Code P0720 2003 NISSAN ALTIMA - Vehicle Speed Sensor | Engine-Codes.com
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Default trans sensors

I replaced both sensors on the rear of the trans. They are not particularly easy to get out, as the screws are in a tight spot (8 mm head if memory serves). This solved the problem.

The culprit was likely the revolution sensor, yet for the labor and not wanting a come-back, I did both and problem solved.
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I replaced both sensors on the rear of the trans. They are not particularly easy to get out, as the screws are in a tight spot (8 mm head if memory serves). This solved the problem.

The culprit was likely the revolution sensor, yet for the labor and not wanting a come-back, I did both and problem solved.
How is your car now? Did the problem come back after replacing the sensors? Is it the twin sensor that mounted in the transmission with the magnetic sensor?

The problems occur only when the weather is really hot, above 100F and more often in long high speed cruise 75 mph. First the cruse control is blinking, and second the gear shift is harsh (rpm increase abruptly from 2-3 rd gear) in hard acceleration.

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