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HiI'm currently having issues with a 2007 Micra. Its the

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I'm currently having issues with a 2007 Micra. Its the 1.4 Automatic and the engine management light came on. I friend diagnosed the issue as a output speed sensor is at fault.
I'm having some trouble finding out what part I need to order however and have been given two part numbers from the local Nissan dealers, 31935 and 31935+A. Both parts are pretty expensive so would rather not shell out on both as I have been told they are non returnable.
Any help would be appreciated!
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Nissan
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Expert:  Ross replied 2 years ago.
Hi my name is***** am a diagnostic technician and look forward to working with you.Apologies for the delay in getting to your question. I have carried out some research into these part numbers.According to my parts system, the correct sensor for your model is 31935+A for some reason the OEM parts catalog does not specify which sensor is for your model but all others do so im confident this is the correct sensor. The 31935+A sensor should be a simple plastic sensor with a connector for the wiring on the sensor it's self held in by one bolt. The other type (31935) has wires fixed to the sensor and a connector on the end of the wiring. I strongly recommend the sensor checked visually first to ensure is this type and does not have the wiring attached to the sensor like the 31935 version. I have attached a diagram of the two versions of this sensor which will make it much easier to see the difference between the part numbers.... the sensor on your car should be visible by looking down to the front of the gearbox and following the wiring to the sensor, I would advise you do have it visually checked just in case before ordering as sometimes parts catalogs can be wrong.
Expert:  Ross replied 2 years ago.
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Expert:  Ross replied 2 years ago.
I have re-posted the diagram in a different format in-case the first link didn't work for you.