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Old 04-20-2011, 01:52 PM
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Speed Sensor

How many do our trucks have? Just one in the rear?
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Yep, Just the one in the rear.
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Yep, Just the one in the rear.
Cool!

Yea, thats bad on my truck. I was doing 80, then zeor, then 40 then ABS light.
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Old 04-25-2011, 05:47 PM
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Anything special in the changing of this rear speed sensor? I just got a new one from Ford, looks stright foward but ya never know.

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Nope, nothing special.
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Anything special in the changing of this rear speed sensor? I just got a new one from Ford, looks stright foward but ya never know.

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It's as easy as it looks.
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Cool. Thanks guys. Ya know, sometimes the things that look so easy end up having a special trick. I will try to change it on my lunch break tomorrow. It will be nice to not have my spedo jumping around and get rid of that ABS bs on my dash!
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Old 04-26-2011, 06:25 PM
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Got one on flebay. Took about 2 minutes to put in. Fixed my ABS light and jumping speedo issue!
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Got one on flebay. Took about 2 minutes to put in. Fixed my ABS light and jumping speedo issue!
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Hey guys I don't want to hijack your thread but I have a question about this issue. The other day I started my truck up and took off down the road and the speedo wasn't working. After a few miles it started working again this is the first time it has happened. It also threw a trouble code of P0500 could this be the speed sensor you guys are talking about going bad.

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