Question about Ford F-150
I have a 2007 f-150 4 wheel drive and the reverse went out could this be a sensor and if so where is it located?
No, if forward gears all work and reverse isn't, it likely is going to be a internal failure.
Posted on Jan 02, 2015
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Sounds like a "WSS" (wheel speed sensor) problem. Each wheel has one. Located on the backside of each hub, between the brake disc and hub bearing. Check for loose connector first. Wire damage? Wiring touching exhaust pipes or rubbing wheel or tire? Look for mud or debris or damage to the sensor's or the rotating sensor ring. ( has a lot of "teeth") Try driving in reverse, in a straight line 25 to 30 feet, then drive forward twice that distance. If that does not clear the warning lamps most auto parts stores can hook into your computer (usually for free) and determine which sensor(s) have an issue. Replacing these sensors is common and simple. Let me know if this helps!
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