Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Yeah, I have the same problem.
The dealer wants over 300.00 for a new gauge cluster.
He said that the Odometer in those just have problems, but you can buy a used one on eBay for under 100.00 and probably install it yourself. Fords are pretty simple.
I haven't done mine yet, because I don't plan on selling anytime soon. I will eventually.
If you can't tackle the switch-out you can probably take it to just about any mechanic and get it done inexpensively.
Remember that the odometer reading does not come from the cluster, but from the computer, so when you install a new(used) cluster, your correct mileage will show. Consider getting the same cluster, but from a model a couple of years newer. They may have had the problem fixed by then. I think they made this style through 2003.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Hello. I have a 1999 F-150. I bought this vehicle used. I later found out that the Ometer display works intermitedly. I guess it is a wiring problem. Would you please tell me where to start to troubleshoot this problem. If I need to pull out the dash unit that houses the ometer, whow do I do that with out damaging it? Dmitri E. Gurkweitz at email@example.com Thank you.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
If you go to f-150online.com and search intermittent odometer one guy gives step by step instructions with the same problem. I also had the same problem with my 1999 f-150. His solution worked for me.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
I have the same issue - I have the gage package and there is a small wire harness running from the back of the gages to the odometer area. The harness looks like a ribbon cable with about 10 or so wires in it. The wires are solid and break inside the insulation. I tested and found the broken (open) wire and soldered a wire in parallel around the open. This is kinda hard to do as the wires are really small. It can be tough to remove the gage assembly - look out for the headlight switch! I don't know if the small harness is available from Ford.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
It should be a digital odometer. That is built into the cluster. You will probably need a new instrument cluster, which will need to be programed.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Is it a digital odometer or a mechanical one? If it is a digital odometer I would start by checking the fuses.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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