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THE VEHICLE HAS A FOUR WHEEL SYSTEM NOY A SIX WHEEL I AM INSTALLING NEW REAR WHEEL SPEED SENSERS THAT SOME ONE ELSE TOOK OFF SOME TIME IN THE PAST
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is from http://refrigeratedtrans.com/mag/transportation_replace_original_equipment/
"A good clutch adjustment begins by identifying the location of the bearing. It should be positioned 1/2" to 9/16" from the clutch brake."
"After the bearing is set, adjust the truck linkage to allow the clutch brake to squeeze a .010" feeler gauge between the bearing and clutch brake when the pedal is no more than 1" to 1.5" from the floor. Setting the clutch brake position too far from the floor reduces the stroke to the clutch and could cause release problems and reduce brake life.
All that remains is checking the free-pedal distance in the cab. With the pedal in the up position, there should be 1" to 3" of free pedal. The clutch is now adjusted correctly."
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
Was the sensor an aftermarket one of did you get it from the daler. Aftermarket ones aren't always gapped right. After that check your ABS sensors. I can tell you how if needed. You just need a multi meter.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
This is designed that way so that you don't damage the transfer case. All four tires need to be going the same speed in order to shift into 4 wheel drive. If you're spinning a tire then one axle is going faster than the other and it would destroy your t-case if it did try to shift. Same for when you're braking. You want to be off the throttle when you shift into 4 wheel drive. Idealy you want to be stopped, it's much easier on the transfer case if you are.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
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