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post #1 of 5 Old 08-01-2013, 06:46 AM Thread Starter
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p0500 and p0603 codes help

My OD off light flashes at low speeds ABS light stays on cruise control not resuming after breaking

any help greatly appreciated 1999 7.3 L 68,000 orig miles cam sensor already changed twice last recall was assured the problem was solved truck runs great..

just not sure about these codes.... Thanks in advance for the help
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0500 is your speed sensor, and that does communicate with cruise, and I believe ABS as well.

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Thanks Macon is this an easy fix now spedo does not work until truck reaches 30 MPH....
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Never done it myself, nor looked into it. Do some searching on here and you will be able to find a "how to". If I recall, it's a sensor on top of your rear diff.

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I replaced the speed sensor on my f150 it was one 10mm bolt if I recall and it unplugs. On my f150 it was a 5 minute job i imagine its probably the same for super duties
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