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problem wich gear box

hello, I had to change the gearbox and also I had to change the speed sensor bearing, place the E9LF-9E731-AA sustucion the F37F-9E731-AA, but it turns out that placing the smallest interlock may be placed to senson, do not check the truck over 40 km / h when in fact it is 140 km / h, additional mark the odometer also very slow when it has traveled 400 km on brand were only 100 kms.

I have much interest in solving this problem and the truth nose than anything else could do but change the box again, there would be any way to change the relationship at the level of programming on the computer, or if there is another model of sensor that may be placed . reviewing a site I came across a P / N E9LZ-9E731-A, this is a lot like the previous ones but not if you have some modification.


if anyone knows how to make the odometer work properly warn ...



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Idk about other people but i hurt my brain trying to make out what this says.. Make it a little clearer and you may get some responses.
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I have a small problem with the speedometer, after you change the gearbox, the new uses a speed sensor P / N E9LF-9E731-AA, the previous case using P / N F37F-9E731-AA.

this difference of sensors does not allow the speedometer dial the correct speed, the speed differential waste is very large.

I wonder if anyone knows how I can fix this problem ...


tengo un pequeño problema con el velocimetro, despues de que le cambie la caja de velocidad, la nueva utiliza un sensor de velocidad P/N E9LF-9E731-AA, la caja anterior usaba P/N F37F-9E731-AA.

esta diferencia de sensores no permite que el velocimetro marque la velocidad correcta, la difencia de velocidad es muy grande.

me gustaria saber si alguien sabe como puedo solucionar este problema...
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puede colocar el sensor viejo en la nueva caja de cambios? son los sensores nuevos y viejos de la misma longitud? será la misma cantidad de sensor de estar dentro de la transmisión?


can you place the old sensor in the new gearbox? are the new and old sensors the same length? will the same amount of sensor be inside of the transmission?
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I can not place the sensor earlier in the same place again, the first is mounted on the gearbox itself, and the new is placed on the transfer.

what happens is you change the gearbox.

I read somewhere he could put the sensor P / N E9LZ-9E731-A. but I'm not sure ...

if I did not say, is a 5-speed gearbox synchronous





no puedo colocar el sensor anterior en el mismo lugar que nuevo, el primero va colocado en la propia caja de velocidad, y el nuevo esta colocado en el transfer.

lo que pasa es que cambie la caja de velocidad.

en algun lado lei que podia colocar el sensor P/N E9LZ-9E731-A. pero no estoy seguro...

por si no lo dije, es una caja de 5 velocidades sincronicas
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Could you please supply us with pictures of the new and old gearboxes and the location of the speed sensors in both

¿Podría usted por favor nos suministran con fotos de las cajas de cambios nuevas y viejas y la ubicación de los sensores de velocidad en ambos
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The first photo is the actual location of the sensor (transfer)

the second photo, the new sensor represeta

the third photo is the old sensor



la primera foto es la ubicacion actual del sensor (transfer)

la segunda foto represeta el sensor nuevo

la tercera foto es el sensor viejo
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you will need to get a gear box that has the same style sensor your original gearbox had. the kind of sensor that is mounted on the transmission and not on the transfer case. this gearbox can be found in 2001 or newer model rangers

usted necesitará conseguir una caja de cambios que tiene el mismo estilo de su caja de cambios del sensor original tenía. el tipo de sensor que está montado en la transmisión y no en la caja de transferencia. esta caja de cambios se puede encontrar en el 2001 o más reciente modelo de guardaparques
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is the only solution? there is no solution to the current box?
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you are using a box now that uses a gear driven speedometer sensor, the box your truck came with uses a hall effect sensor that works off of magnetic waves...they are not interchangeable because your computer is programmed to only read the hall effect sensor

está utilizando una caja de ahora que utiliza un sensor de indicador de velocidad de engranajes impulsada, el cuadro de su camión venía con usa un sensor de efecto Hall que trabaja fuera de ondas magnéticas ... no son intercambiables porque el equipo está programado para leer sólo el sensor de efecto Hall
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I'm ****ed, because I have no money to buy another box!!
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do you still have the old one? what was wrong with it?
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the previous one stolen from me in the garage, that is fused to all interlock
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