Question about 2000 Ford Econoline
There is a sensor located on top of the rear axle.If it is unplugged it could cause your concern,but the abs lamp would also be on.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
The sensor the ford expert described that is on the rear axle, sends a signal to the PSOM in the back of the cluster. The psom takes the signal from that rear sensor and converts it to a speed readout, and also controls the shift points on the transmission.
There could be some gunk in your rear end interfering with that sensor- inside the rear end is an exciter ring that rotates with the axle and sends the speed signal to the sensor.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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