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2006 Ford F250 Diesel

My speedometer stop working and seems like i'll hit a bump and then it bounces. I notes lost of power.

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Check the fuse for the speedo, (fuse #35 interior fuse box) if it is ok the electronic speedo will need repair, this is a common problem since Ford went to electronic speedometers.

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    yadayada Jan 12, 2009

    good luck and thanks again.

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