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Hi, could you help I've had the headlight shroud off an looked AT the plugs they seem tight enough but it still won't work, help please
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most of the older cars have a cable driven speedo but newer cars are elecitronic it could be the little motor behined the gages or the wiring going down to the tranny check the cheepest first
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Hi I just thought you might like to know that the VSS sensor(vehical speed sensor) on a 93 f250 is actually on the top center of the rear differential. It is basically a proximity type sensor not the old school gear and cable. It will take a 1/2" or 13mm wrench I believe to remove the single bolt holding it in and the it pulls out. I think they are around 25 bucks so it's cheap enough to fix the speed sensor.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Common for the wire harness on the switch to go bad. Inspect the wire harness where it clips on to the switch and look for any signs of damage.
The plastic heats up from the current running through the switch and causes it to melt and then you loose connection caused from melted plastic between the contacts from the harness to the switch.
There is a upgrade to the headlight harness which is larger then the ones that came with the Suburban to address this issues. You can get them at the dealer or NAPA i believe.
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Posted on Nov 03, 2011
Testimonial: "I replaced the turn signal switch which solved the problem. It was that. The headlight wires had melted at the connector. The pain is the new turn signal switch has a malfunctioning wiper component causing the wiper delay to turn on with out being on. Now I have to do it all over. "
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