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We support the following speed sensor connectors:
Weather-Pack "in-line" connectors are commonly found on older (pre-2001) trucks, including Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner, Volvo and others.
The Main Cable, Item# XM7MC is used for simple plug-in connections to Speed Sensor Connectors or to one of the Adapter Cables. The Main Cable is also used to interface with your device or testing equipment. Can be installed Temporarily or Permanently. (Included with installation kit).
Metri-Pack connectors are found mostly on 2001 and newer trucks including Peterbilt, Kenworth, Freightliner, Volvo, International, Peterbilt and others.
These Connectors plug directly in to the top of molded speed sensors. To hook up to the speed sensor connectors use the 12" Metri-Pack adapter (included with the installation kit).
Metri-pack 280 connectors for Newer Mack Trucks after 2001. These connectors have also been found on some 2007 KW trucks. This is the alternate connector of choice for Kenworth truck manufacturers. Used approx. 1% of the time.
These connectors simply plug into the Speed Sensor Leads, at the rear of the transmission, similar to Weather-Pack connectors and in the same location. Sold Separately - see catalog
Deutsch Connectors for older, pre 2001, International class 8 Trucks International (Navistar) Trucks.
These connectors simply plug in to the Speed Sensor Leads, similar to Weather-Pack connectors and in the same location. Use the Deutsch adapter to hook up to these connectors. Sold Separately - see catalog
The German ZF Transmission has a circular 4-pin speed sensor connector at the rear of the transmission.
This connector has 3 or 4 wires connected to it. We do not have a mating connector to plug into it. So, the only way is to splice into one wire from your system.
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