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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The most common problem with these is a bad motor that is mounted to the back of the transfer case, not the case itself. It is highly likely that you got another bad motor. You can do a simple test by beating on it with a rubber mallet while someone changes the switch in the truck. Usually that will get it moving. If that does, replace the motor. If not, you could still have a bad motor that won't move no matter what you do to it. I can't help you with the schematics, but in my 10 years working for Ford, the beat on it test always worked best. Works good for starter motors and window motors too. :-)
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
it is not a speed control sensor it is a speed sensor. it needs replacing when it fails. the problems to look for from it failing would be intermittent or no speedometer or cruise control kicking in and out. these sensors do not fail very often they are just a prox switch picking up metal tabs on a ring as they pass by the end of the sensor
Posted on May 02, 2009
On your 99 model the module is located behind the left quarter trim panel,mid-way.You maybe able to see it by removing the speaker cover or the cupholder on top. The module will have a sticker with a 5 digit code.
On the 04 the model is behind the right quarter trim panel toward the front about even with the right rear door stricker.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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