Reviewed By Larry G (Elkton, FL) —1/19/2018 7:23 AM
as soon as I replaced the sensor my car stopped stalling gas mileage got better and the price is a lot better then most
Reviewed By Kevin P (BLOOMINGTON, IN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Taurus —12/21/2017 4:04 PM
I could not feel or see much difference in mileage or power but it made my transmission shift points at higher rpms at part throttle and made the shifts much quicker instead if feeling like it was just slipping between gears. Downshifts much better and quicker also. That alone was worth the cost for me. Works well getting up to speed on the freeway and much better in hilly areas.
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