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I CAN'T FIND WHERE THE 93 FORD BRONCO SENSOR MODULE FOR THE SPEED OMITOR IS LOCATED AT CAN YOU HELP ME

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There are two sensor's you need to look for. one goes in to the transfer case, other is in the rear diff on top. it also sends back information to the abs system and have been told if it is not working correctly that the speed omitor one may not work as well.

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