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Old 02-24-2016, 04:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have 2007 Suzuki swift. Its speedometer is not working. On Diagnose i found P0500 which is VSS (Vehicle sensor) Sensor. I have replaced VSS with new genuine sensor. I have checked all the wiring and I am getting correct voltages. Just to check tried to spin magnet around the sensor tip and speedometer does flick. That means everything is ok in speedometer and wiring. Just something is wrong with speed sensor signal shaft. Does anyone has same problem? Please please assist.
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Any more info.

Manual, Automatic.
Engine size.
2wd-4wd.
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Thanks for reply. Its 1.3 Petrol 2wd with manual transmission.
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As you have checked the wiring is it worth removing the sensor and checking the rotor is moving with the diff ?

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Yes i have checked the signal rotor. it is roatating when i turn the wheels. Can somthing go wrong with megnetic strength??
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Hi did you find out what was wrong with your speedo. Mine is doing the same thing change speed sensor on top of gearbox but still no sensor
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Does anyone know why this happens
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