i have a 1994 ford bronco the speedometer doesnt work and odometer is blank fuel gauge is tacked on full

Asked by Dec 10, 2014 at 01:52 PM about the 1994 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: General

no clue if fuel gauge is related to odometer and speedometer but vehicle shifts hard which
leads me to believe vehicle speed sensor or psom has gone bad any opinion would be
greatly appreciated

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The VSS does control the speedometer and odometer, but it just has a little gear on the end of it that drops in. When a vehicle shifts hard I first think of valve body or accumulator. To me they're both unrelated, but I'm just a hobbyist.

(clean area well before and don't get dirt in hole)sensor located above rear axel gear hub held by a bolt,disconnect wire if a connect ion remove bolt lift sensor and replace....

I had the same problem, I own a 94 , sensor related, and yes it’s is related with odometer

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