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Old 11-30-2009
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1993 F150 question... Need some help guys...

Fiance is looking at buying a 1993 F150 Mark III custom. Beautiful Red and Black two tone extended cab stepside! Pretty BadAzz truck. Lowered
But anyway....
The speedometer starts jumping around at about 50 MPH?

I am asking here becuase the guys at the F150 forums are worthless!

This is her first vehicle purchase. I have laid it out for her. That if she gets it and does not like it I will take it off her hands. Just to make her feel a little more confident about it.

This is my dilema. It is a 1993... My Bronco was a 1993 and had a Electronic speedometer in it. Where or what is the fix for this issue???

ANYONE!

It is a 1993 f150 extended cab 5.0 automatic.
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