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It is located on top of rear axle in center.
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Answer The speed sensor is located on the top of the rear axle housing on the 1992 and newer Ford trucks. It is a small bolt and a bracket that hold it in place. To rep…lace it, it just takes removing the electrical conector with the two wires (I suggest doing this BEFORE removal of the bolt, thought it is not absolutely necessary), removal of the bolt and retaining bracket, and put the new one in the hole followed by the retaining bracket and bolt, and finish by connecting the electrical connector!
Answer on the exahaust manifold
Answer It is called the "vehical speed sensor". If i remember correctly it about $35 dollars at rhe parts store. This sensor will make your car not shift out of f…irst or hold out first a lot longer, and at times you may not have a speedo. It is located on the tranny directly below the intake manifold. This is a hard one. I crawled on top of my car and laid the side of my face on the maniflold. please do this when its cold. Arms on both sides till you find this thing sticking out at a 45 degree angle pointing twards the driver seat. Its only one bolt 10mm, I think. finding where that bolt goes back without being able to see it is the hard part. Good luck 20 minutes for me.
Answer Its the sensonr that sets on top of the rearend. A 10mm bolt holds in it place. There is also an "Output Speed Sensor" located on the output end of the auto…matic transmission, right on top. This sensor is associated with the Diagnotic Trouble Code, P0720, and should not be confused with the sensor on the rear differential. 4X4 Super Duty There are ABS speed sensors located on the the top of each front wheel as well as the rear end (differential). They plug in just behind the front wheel well.
Answer fo rthe speedometer i assume it is in the rear differential usually at the top of the pig should slide right out after removing the bolt iif not the…y have a tendency to implode then need to remove the cover and hammer it out
Answer At the back of the transmission at the top. here is a link of a .pdf that shows the output shaft speed sensor for the f-250 http://www.autotransonline….ro/cataloage/AMERICANE/FORD/e40d.pdf its part 703 in the diagram hope this helps
Answer Usually, this is located in the top of the rear differential. While you're there, check for any sparklies in the gear oil.
The speed sensor is located on the rear axle, and is driven by an exciter ring on the carrier which your rear end gears are attached to.
.The 2003 Ford F2 50 pickup truck door sensor is located be wall the door latch. When the door closes it creates a ground. The completed ground turns the open door light o…ff
Should be on top of the rear axle of your truck.
The oil pressure sensor on an f250 engine is located at the back toward the firewall. It is centered side to side close to the intake.
at front left and right wheel ends and top of rear dif. there is also some on auto. trans.
In the exahust manifold, possibly left, but generally on the right exaust manifold.
It is located on top of the transmission. The intake housing and the battery and tray will have to come off to access it. It has the speedometer cable running into it from the… firewall. It has a 10mm bolt holding it in the housing with a clamp fit. Be careful prying it out, because it is usually corroded and frozen in place. IF you can pry it out be careful not to break the speedometer gear. They have been known to break off and fall down into the transmission. If this happens the transmission will have to come out and taken apart to retrieve it because it will jam the shifters. If you can afford to have someone else do it, go that route. Don't go through what I had to do.
my 1992 ford f150 p/u 5.0 2 wd. the speedometer/odometer, power mirrors, radio, dome lights stopped working the truck runs fine, but the transmission shifts hard going fro…m 1st. to 2nd and very going back down! all happened at the same time
On the top of the transmission, above the output shaft.