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Where is the speed sensor on a 1993 F-150 302 Supercab with electronic speedometer?

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2005-11-28 15:24:19
2005-11-28 15:24:19

in the tranny. You can get to it from under truck. look for a plug with wires. Unplug it, take out the retainer bolt, remove the sensor. Take off the gear and put on new sensor

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