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Jimís Fat 5 overdrive transmission Speed Sensor

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I have a chopper that has a JIMís Fat 5 Overdrive Transmission. My speedometer does not work and asking how to trouble shoot or where to buy the cable?

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Its a electronic pickup? Common for these to get trash on them they are a magnet. Pull the sensor and clean it. If that dont work pick up a 95-99 HD service manual all the test procedures are in there. Even though its all aftermarket it all works the same as the stock stuff the service manual is your bible...
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