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Where is the VSS on a 96 Sport model?

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by dogbis, December 19, 2008.

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      Hi all, love the site lots of good info. My question is where is the vss located on this tcase or rear axel? ('96 x sport 4.0 b/w 4405 f57a-ca trac-loc rear end) thanks Jeff
       
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      Welcome, should be in the Tcase. IIRC
       
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      Should be in the TC up until 97. 98+ moved it to the rear axle to share duty with the ABS Sensor.
       
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      cool thanks! Just to be sure this is back by the tail shaft correct? I have noticed a couple different sensors on it.I have only had this truck since mon. so its pretty new to me.has tcase problems.
       
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      Yes, it is back near the tailshaft.
       

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      Thanks all for the great info. You guys are like a chiltons manual on steroids!
       

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