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Old 12-17-2013, 08:53 AM   #41
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thank's! now i'm after a vss.
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Old 12-27-2013, 10:13 AM   #42
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Default vss 21 teeth

this is my vss. my truck is a 1991, king cab, 2.4l (Z24 engine with carburator), 4x4.








i'm just waiting for some prices in europe for a 21 teeth vss.
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:22 AM   #43
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hello, i'm doing a dashboard swap 1991 to 1997. the problem is that the speedometer is mecanical in 1991 dash and electrical on the 1997 dash.
the image that i have posted its my mecanical speed sensor, but i need to find one like that electrical. this size!

can any one help me!
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Old 01-06-2014, 01:32 PM   #44
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With you being in Portugal, I'm not sure what your options are. eBay or a local auto parts store. You need a sensor for a 1995 4x4 4cyl and either manual or automatic transmission whichever your truck is. David29 may be able to help you.
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My truck is a 1991 4x4 Z24 (2400cc, carb) engine.
5 speed manual trans...
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Old 01-22-2014, 12:24 PM   #46
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i have found one!!!




not 21 theeth but let's try...
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I just finished 89 to 95 dash swap dash swap. Most things work, except for my oil pressure light, my clock and low fuel light. I checked and re checked my wiring and everything appears to be as Ronnie's instructions, the wires controlling the lights are even connected.

Before anyone suggests it, all of my light bulbs are good

Any body have any ideas????
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If your truck is an SE, the yellow/purple wire for the low fuel light is a different pin number than listed in the how-to. It's still a yellow/purple wire just like the xe 4&6 cyl though. The SE is on pin 26 instead of 28. With the tank empty the yellow/purple wire should read around 1 ohm or so to ground.

The oil pressure switch is also on a different pin number on the SE trucks. It's still a yellow/blue wire but it is originally on pin 30. If you connect a multimeter to the yellow/blue wire it should read around 0-1 ohms to ground with the truck not running. With the truck running it should go open to turn the light off.

There should be a 2 pin connector in the harness for the clock. It will have a red/green wire and a black wire. Red/green should go to the red/green wire on pin 34 on the new plug and the black wire to pin 42. Red/green should be 12vdc all the time.
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That's how I have it all hooked up. Ill test the impedance tonight.
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