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you have to remove the speedo unit on the dashboard front of your steering wheel. you must be careful not to break anything. then turn it slightly on the left and you will see the speedo cable connector in the center of the unit, Unplug it,it is easy, then go in the engine compartment on the gear box side and you will see the speedo cable ended on top of the gear box close to firewall and you have to unscrew the end and slowly slowly pull the cable coming off the fire wall from the driver's side by pulling as well a rubber sealer on the firewall. Renew it and go backwards fitting.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2017
It is either broke in half or is missing the other half.it should connect on the transmission or the transfer case.
Posted on Apr 11, 2017
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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: removing a drive axle from
if you already have the ball joint dissconnect and the axle out of the steering knuckle just pry out the axle at the transaxle assembly. if it doesnt wont to come out try pushing it in and pry it out vary qiuck pull on the pry bar but they are only held in place with a colasable c-clip just giver.it will come dont worry it wont break
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
To get to the Window:
Remove Door Inside Handle:
remove screw, slide the handle forward.
Disconnect the control link and remove the handle.
Remove Door Trim with Inner WeatherStrip:
Remove the two screws from the armrest.
Insert a screwdriver between the trim retainers and the door panel to pry it loose. Eight hidden fasteners. 1 top left side of door.
1 right side about same height as top of armrest. 1 (each side) about same height as bottom of armrest. 1 on each corner bottom. 1 bottom in middle. 1 on left side between bottom corner and the previous at about lower armrest height...
Remove Service Hole cover.
Remove Door Glass Run.
Remove Division Bar (upper window section divider):
Remove the two screws under the weatherstrip
Remove the bolt.
Pull out the division bar.
Remove the Window Glass:
Place the glass in the door cavity.
Remove the two glass channel mounting bolts.
Remove the window glass by pulling it upwards.
You now have access to the Power Window Regulator; possible replacement of motor etc.
What type of 'things' have you tried for fixing the window and restoring operation?
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
If you cannot find a leak then it is probably running too rich if you are also having a rough start and or rough idle. You can find out if it has been running too rich by checking any one of your spark plugs...it will be coated with a lustrous black residue and/or smell like gas. At that point you will have to change them.
You can also try replacing your PCV, a clogged PCV can also allow that type of smell to escape past it's grommet into the engine bay instead of recirculating it back into the system.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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