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NP241 Electronic Speedometer wires

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sickquad, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. sickquad

    sickquad 1/2 ton status

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    Anybody know which wire is which coming out of the electronic speedometer sending unit on a NP241. One is power in and one is signal out I think. I couldn't find these wires on the diagrams that I have.

    Thanks
    Chris
     
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    Somebody has to have a good diagram. Please????

    -Chris
     
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    Only thing I've got is this:

    DRAC pinout

    If you can get hold of your DRAC you can tell from that.

    Sorry I'm not home, I've got the wiring+ DRAC at the house, not installed in the truck yet, which would tell me. Need this right away I assume?
     
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    Thanks yeager, but I don't follow the link you sent me. If you have a diagram at home I would appreciate the wire colors. In the mean time I'll read over that document you sent again.

    Thanks
    Chris
     
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    Basically, all you can do in your case with my link is to find your DRAC in the truck, then compare where each wire from your VSS goes into the DRAC to figure out what wire is which based on that pinout.
     

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