At the top the speedometer cable is connected to a little gear in the speedometer guage, and on the bottom end it is connected to a little gear in the car's transmission.
I believe starting on the 1996 Explorer , it went to an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) so it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable
As far as I know the 1995 Ford Explorer is the last model year to have a conventional speedometer cable ( so yes )
I believe that 1995 was the last year for a conventional speedometer cable on a Ford Explorer , and then Ford went to an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor
The 95 Camry does not have a mechanical speedometer cable. There is a speed sensor located on the top of the transmission that is connected by wire to the speedometer.
Yes , I BELIEVE the last year for a speedometer cable on a Ford Explorer was the 1995 model year so the 1991 Ford Ranger would definitely have a speedometer cable
Replace the Spedometer cable.
I believe it was 1996 that the Explorers started using an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) Since then the Explorers have not had a conventional speedometer cable
Ther is no cable it's electronic
Actually , it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable , it has an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) according to my Haynes repair manual
there is no cable you have speed sensors located in the tail shaft of the transmission
It has an electric speedo and has a speed sensor.
speedo connected to gearbox and connected to other end not brken but not working
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe the 1995 model of Ford Explorer was the last year to use a mechanical / cable operated speedometer
Look at the left side of the front axle. There should be a cable running there between the lower leg of the fork and the hub of the wheel. That's the speedometer cable. The other end should be connected to the back of the speedometer.
Probably does not have a speed sensor. It would have a speedometer cable that goes from the back of the speedometer, through the firewall, underneath the car, and into the transmission.
they dont have a cable !! its driven by a speed sensor
Open the screw of the speedometer panel. Make sure it's not connected to the dash. Once removed, remove 4-6 screws that hold the speedomeer to the frame of the dash. Then remove the cables from the speedometer. Once loose, go underneath the steering wheel and disconnect the wire from the computer harness. Hope this helps :->
The speedometer is electronic...there is no speedometer cable.
Cable underneath has a nut(s) to adjust.
According to my Haynes repair manual, 1996 and later models do not use a conventional speedometer cable. They use an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor (VSS)
It won't be a speedometer cable like the one you're probably thinking of. On the top of the transmission output shaft, there'll be a speed sensor. Connected to this speed sensor will be wires connected by a quick connect coupler. Unplug that, and you can remove the speed sensor with a ratchet and socket. Rather than a cable which goes directly to the speedometer, the F750 will have a speed sensor which sends a signal to the engine ECM, then the ECM sends a signal to the speedometer.
Since you replaced the sensor, and the speedometer still isn't working it is possible that you will need to replace the speedometer cable. Check the cable first to be sure that it is still properly connected, and if so replace the cable to see if that solves the problem.
The most common reason for a speedometer to fail is a broken speedometer cable. Loosen the nuts on each end of the speedometer cable. Remove the speedometer cable retaining clips. Reverse the process to install the new speedometer cable.
There is no speedometer cable on a 1991 s10. Instead it has a vehicle speed Senor or vss for short. The vss is near the tail end of the transmission and has a green and violet set of wires that connect it to the drac module under your glove box then the draconian module is connected to the ecu which is then connected to the speedometer on the instrument cluster.