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Old 10-22-2011
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99 XLT 5.0L 2WD Speedo/Odo issue

When I bought this truck the speedo didn't work. The ABS light was on so I replaced the ABS /speed sensor on the top of the rear axel. The light went out but the damn speedometer still doesn't work. Before I start replacing each component (which can get somewhat expensive) I was hoping someone might have a little trick I could try. I pulled the cluster and checked all the connections and they were solid. This truck has about 80k on the body and 30k on the motor so I have a hard time thinking the speedo broke already but you never know. any help is greatly appreciated!
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