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speed sensor is not a problem. when did you get this problem ?
if you purchased this truck now then the previous owner could have changed the PCM to adjust for different tires lift big tires then put on the OEM smaller size tires. also the rear diff could be changed .
is this 2WD ?
 

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Anyone know why the speedometer could be reading too fast? It has the original tires and wheels still on. My buddy recommended changing the speed sensor, but I’m unsure if the 1996 year has one. Thanks for the help.192.168.0.1 routerlogin 192.168.l.l
I recently went through this with a ‘95 K1500, with 155K. I replaced the Sensor, but it continued. A friend who runs a garage pulled the speedo stet and sent it off for repair. When I got it back I notice the new needle, but it was operating good. We laughed, going down a two lane road, cars passed me, but I was doing 80.
 
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