There is a ton of info like that here on this site, surf around a bit. Also being a technician trainer, I would also recommend you start w/ some basics first before you try to tackle the more advanced jobs. Yes speed sensors can be easy to change, but they can also be a big pain at times! Not to mention the fact that on some trannys, there can be up to 4 of those sensors in different positions! And identifying the right sensor would be critical! (They all pretty much look the same)
I would recommend you purchase a manual about your vehicle and read up on it. Then do some of the basics, ie: oil change and lube, maybe a tire rotation, small maint. Items of that nature to kind of break yourself in! Also stay active in this forum! There is a ton of great info here and the guys here really know their stuff! So ask more questions! Any one of us are happy to help! Hope this sheds some light for ya and take care!
p.S. Thanks for your sense of humor! I wasn't trying to belittle you or any of that nonsense! Its good to see folks interested in there own vehicle maint! Feel free to email me any time w/ your questions!
Thursday, January 18th, 2007 AT 4:14 AM