Tried a different instrument panel with same results. I tested them at the plug. Though I suspect the dual system may have at least the passenger side actuator in the same location? In my case this wire was broke before the splice causing the symptoms you had. The integrity is good all the way to the three plugs. On the F-150, F-250 and Expedition, disconnect the clutch hydraulic line from the transmission using Clutch Coupling Tool T88T-70552-A, or equivalent.
Thanks again for your help on your own time. Release the internal mechanism of the quick end connector and release the push rod. Hence, it is important check out your speedometer's performance as well as the odometer calculations and provide the right conversion constants so that they will not only be able to provide correct calculations, but also avoid incompatibility problems with any new changes made to the vehicle. These include changing fuel types from diesel to unleaded gasoline for example , and changing tires, as the vehicle's speed performance varies depending upon these two aspects. Raise and safely support the vehicle. If you do not see your particular vehicle listed, please call us at to discuss a quote for your cluster.
The wires were red, and green with a black stripe. It may be a vss2 system. Remove the clutch master cylinder from the firewall carefully. Is it slightly over 36,000? Disconnect the negative battery cable. I need to continue testing. I did a tech write up on how to get that pesky blend door actuator out if you find that you need too so. It has a fuel pump that feeds the fuel filter and then into the fuel rails.
Place the clutch master cylinder reservoir on the cowl panel and secure with 2 push pins. I finished doing what you last instructed me to do. How would you check this? It may interest you as well, I just plugged everything back in a test drove the truck real quick. The blower motor or the blower speed resistor assembly could be causing the over load issue? Mine does not work at all. But you know how those repair shops are. Also can autozone check it or do I have to take it to a mechanic to be diagnosed. Install the retainer and pushrod on the clutch pedal pin with the flange portion of the bushing facing away from the pedal blade of the clutch pedal.
It is easiest to get to by crawling under the bumper. Is that the number you wanted? I'm having a similar issue with my 2002 F250 diesel. I'm guessing its a speed sensor on the transmission or the rear but if you guys have any ideas as to what the problem is and what I need to do to fix it would be great to hear from you. This write up would apply to the analog single climate control system and not the dual climate control system. I had an abs light on and changed the rear diff sensor, solved the abs light but the speedometer still does not work.
Been there too, Remove the plastic plug over the rear end and inspect. From what I read it might be a pcm. At 2000 ohms setting I got readings of 1. You wouldn't believe how much this works on pinball machines. Is that possibly because I disconnected the batteries and reconnected them.
Okay, I tested the sensor at 200 ohms and it just gave me a reading of 1, meaning the reading was higher than the setting. I'm having a similar issue with my 2002 F250 diesel. I will be working on it off and on through the weekend, and I will email you when I do something else. Install the master cylinder and tighten the nuts. Sounds like problem that I'm having.
Disconnect the clutch master cylinder pushrod from the clutch pedal by prying the retainer bushing and pushrod off the clutch pedal pin. Try pulling it both and cleaning it off first. But my suggestion would be: if you can have it done with little or no cost to you, it's worth the phone call. It is also a must to change the speedometer's internal conversion constant if you have changed tire sizes because this will enable your speedometer to calculate your speed accurately. You wouldn't believe how much this works on pinball machines. Is there any way to know for sure? Thanks again for your help on your own time.