Question about Ford F-150
If you are talking about the indicator for (PRNDL) section of your instrument cluster, then, remove the instrument cluster bezel (trim) look at the bottom of the cluster you will see a small cable that goes in at the bottom next to the (PRNDL) display, the cable has a threaded nut on the end of it, adjust this nut to correct its position while in Park. You may need to remove the cluster to adjust, if so remove the screws around the outside of the cluster, and lift out. The other end of this cable is a loop that is placed over a lever connected to the shift lever this end is non adjustable. Hope this helps, let me know.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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