The speed sensor on a 99 Ranger 2.5 liter 2WD with an automatic transmission is in the rear differential. It is included with the ABS sensor in one unit.
ford speed sensor are usually in the differential housing.
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I own a 2000 B3000 2WD. To date, all repais have been consistant with those of a Ford Ranger ( Same Truck ). There are two on the ranger, both on the drive train, a simple bolt on. One on the Trany, and one on the Diff. You can see them both..
I had a 2wd 2000 ranger xlt and this happened to me. The part that I replaced is called a "speed sensor". It in an inexpensive and easy part to change out yourself. It is located on top of your rear end under the bed. A simple wrench will do the trick.
it has a speed sensor. its located in the transmission on a 2wd model and in the transfer case of a 4wd model
The vehicle speed sensor on a 1995 s10 pickup 2wd is on the tailshaft of the transmission. The 4wd is mounted on the tailshaft of the front differential.
it will work in the ford
1998 2wd What year? 2WD or 4WD? 2WD 1996
I wonder if one of the ABS fuses is bad ?
Answeri think its on the back of the transfer caseNope, the motor on the back of the transfer case shifts the cheicle from 2wd to 4wd high and 4wd low. The speed sensors are located in the brake calipers on each wheel.The speed sensor for the front are located in the calipers but the rear is located in the differential housing.
Check with the local salvage yard that handles ford the 5-speed transmission from a 92 3.0 V6 4x2 will only fit 91-94's with a 3.0 V6 or a 94 Mazda B3000 m.t. 4x2
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It screws into the top of the air cleaner assembly near the braket for the mass air flow sensor.
it is on driver side of trany on the tail end
Automatic trannys are different. The tail shaft on a 2wd tranny is different than a 4wd because of the transfercase. If in fact the 2wd manual tranny does not fit a 4wd you can always change the tail shaft to make it work.
19 city / 24 highway with 5 speed manual transmission ( U.S. gallon )
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If it is a 1997 or older it is in the tail housing of the trans. If it is a 1998 or newer the speedometer signal comes from the rear axle speed sensor on top of the rear axle.
== == I believe on the 99 it is a simple bolt on sensor on the differential. Actuallly on the '99 Ranger the Speed sensor is near the transmission. There are manuals that point you in the direction of the differential, however, that is what is known as the ABS sensor. Why they call it the speed sensor in the manuals, I have no idea. Hope that is of some help. The speed sensor should be located on the right side of the transmission, about midway between the bell housing and the tail. There are 2 speed sensors one near the transmission and one near the rear axle. If your abs light has been on since the problem started then the one in the rear needs to be replaced; if this is not the case most likely the other sensor is bad. Simple if the speedometer doesnt work it is the one on the tranny...the 99 also had 4 wheel abs on some so there might be a sensor on the front spindle too I have a 99 ranger 2WD reg cab. A couple years back the speedometer started acting funny. It vibrated violently and displayed about 1/3 to 1/2 my actual speed once I got over 30-35mph. I replaced the speed sensor on the differential and this solved the problem. I'm guessing that if the speedometer doesn't read at all then it is the transmission sensor. However the differential speed sensor (ABS) may have speedometer symptoms as well. The part was about $17 and it took a socket and 5 minutes to replace.
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Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in a 2001 Ford Ranger 5 speed manual transmission ( yes - ATF )
you can use mercon...