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Does anyone have any experience with this sensor? It would be from a 09 ranger 4.0, Manual trans. It looks almost identical to what is on my 92 however its about $70 so im not too keen on buying it unless its what i need.

My 92 has a bad OSS off the Tcase and im trying to find a replacement but with no luck thus far

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Yo Zach,
Borg Warner Transfer Case Parts & Speed Sensor Source. George Kreppein runs "Transfercases Unlimited". @ TCU (the Best in Transfercases) NY USA

E6TZ7F293A E6TZ7F293A I've seen the wrong # listed on all of these threads (this one doesn't list a #). The exploded diagram only shows the middle of the PN, took trial and error and some searching on RA to find it. Had to splice the pins, but it fixed my problem. 40 Rock auto lists it as manual Trans Speed Sensor. Rock auto lists it as manual Trans Speed Sensor.
 

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Yo Zach,
Borg Warner Transfer Case Parts & Speed Sensor Source. George Kreppein runs "Transfercases Unlimited". @ TCU (the Best in Transfercases) NY USA

E6TZ7F293A E6TZ7F293A I've seen the wrong # listed on all of these threads (this one doesn't list a #). The exploded diagram only shows the middle of the PN, took trial and error and some searching on RA to find it. Had to splice the pins, but it fixed my problem. 40 Rock auto lists it as manual Trans Speed Sensor. Rock auto lists it as manual Trans Speed Sensor.
Thanks Miesk5, the Ranger i listed above came from that exact post. I am going to reach out to TCU and see what they say.

Thanks again for the help!
 

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Well after much research and phone calls I was able to narrow down the speed sensor to a 09 Ranger 4.0L with the Manual trans. The part is a NTK part MF0009 (~$70 from RA) and worked last night while temporarily installed with some alligator clips.

Here is the part number and the sensor for anyone who searches for this info in the future.
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Yo Zach,
Thanks!
I suppose George Kreppein didn't respond. I sent him an e mail, but no response.
 

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Thanks Miesk5. I went to their website and tried to send an email but for some reason it just wouldn’t sent. So I just decided to make some phone calls and see what I could drum up. I appreciate your help.
 

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Well after much research and phone calls I was able to narrow down the speed sensor to a 09 Ranger 4.0L with the Manual trans. The part is a NTK part MF0009 (~$70 from RA) and worked last night while temporarily installed with some alligator clips.

Here is the part number and the sensor for anyone who searches for this info in the future.
View attachment 166527 View attachment 166528
I have a 1991 5.0 with electric 4wd. The prior owner clipped the wires from the sensor and the 3rd wire coming out as well. Did this sensor work for an automatic 4wd or is it for manual trans only? The TC is coming apart this week for a rebuild (they took the chain out too)... and I would like to have all the parts ready up front. And do you know what the 3rd purple wire connects to inside the case?
 

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Yes it worked for the push button 4wd Tcase. The sensor is strictly there to tell your 4wd Tcase computer that the Tcase is stopped. The computer uses it to allow you to shift into 4lo from 4hi when in Neutral and with the Tcase stopped (the sensor tells it this). The third wire (brown i believe) is for magnetic clutch I believe, not exactly sure of its roll in the operation of the Tcase, i haven't had any issues with mine so i haven't looked into it much.
 
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