Originally Posted by SPEEDO
gear 32743-74P17 for the 10r15 tires (white) but has 17 teeth
gear 32743-74P19 has 19 teeth (note the last 2 digits, 17=17 teeth etc)
sensor 25010-74P00 goes with the "74P17"
sensor 25010-74P01 goes with the "74P19"
Which ones are they getting you?
Sorry for raising this thread up from the dead but I have similar questions regarding the 1995 Nissan XE-V6 that my brother and I bought. It's 4WD with manual transmission and 31x10.50R15 tires. VIN is 1N6HD16Y2SC443873 with model number KHLM-PFBU and manufactured date of 09/95. Transmission is FS5R30A.
The speedometer and odometer are both not working and the check engine light is on (goes off occasionally). Based on our forum research we purchased a new speed sensor (25010-74P00 to match the tire size). When I pulled the current speed sensor, I found that the teeth on the gear were worn down. When I counted the teeth, it has 19 teeth which doesn't match the tire size based on the posts above. Of course the tires and rims could have been changed as the manufacturer sticker shows P235/75R15 for the tire size.
So can I just purchase the 32743-74P17 to match the speed sensor and tire size? And out of curiousity, what's the different between the 74P00 speed sensor and the 74P01 speed sensor?
Thanks for any help you can give us!