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Old July 19th, 2013, 07:46 PM
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Angry Speedometer & odometer off/ shifting hard

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So my speedo and odo meters were off and the truck was shifting hard and O/D off was blinking. I figured it was the speed sensor. I changed it with a new one from Ford. It worked perfectly then it started to do it again the next day. I went under there today and took it out, looked inside the rear end and everything looked fine. I put it back in. Then I checked the wires to make sure that they were okay. They're not cracked. It is working today but I do not like that it is not reliable and cuts in and out. Any other suggestions? I read that it could be the PSOM? I hope not

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I don't have any other ideas than what you mentioned perhaps this reply will wake up some folks and rattle some brains come on fellas!

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could it be the oversize wheels & tires


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Found this link. Does your truck have ABS could be part of the problem according to the article.


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^^good post


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