Question about 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew
Wire colors for speed sensor, fuel sensor, oil press, coolant temp, tach, volt metter?
The only way is to buy the manual for the truck, or take off the main pannel and have a look yourself and write them on a bit of paper
This is simple to do.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Some of the gauges are on the same fuse as the dome light; check the fuses. The other main source of gauge problems for this vintage F150 is the sending units and I don't use the term sending unit lightly, so when you go to the parts store make sure you say you are looking for sending units not sensors (sensors hook to the computer) sending units are of 2 types for this vintage F150, lights and guages you need the ones for gauges, the oil sending unit is about 4 dollars and the coolant temp sending unit for a guage is about the same.
I have 4 fords and you will come to understand that the wiring is a jury rig, all this come out when they are the age of your 1989 PU.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: 2003 F350 Intrument Cluster
If everything keeps going like that then it sounds like its a problem with the onboard computer. The computer controls all the guages and would explain why they all fail at the same time.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
SOURCE: Install aftermarket tachometer
I'll take a stab at this, there's better than a 50-50 chance, and you can do no damage if the first try is wrong. Red is +12 volts and Black is chassis ground. that's a given. I would try Blue to coil pack "Tach" terminal, and Green for the dashlight. If I am right about the Blue and Green, a 9-volt battery from Green to Black will light the light if it's not burned out. If the Green doesn't light it, try the Blue, but my bets on the Green. If the Blue doesn't light it either, the bulb is toast.
Posted on May 08, 2009
The older vehicles have a cable that hook up to left side of tranny. New vehicles have the speed sensor on the wheels and run to ECU then to speedometer
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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