+1Power steering pressure switch. The switch should be on the power steering pressure hose.
Compressor has a different connector.What years had this? I've yet to see one. Mine doesn't have it, nor did my previous Broncos.
My guess is the air compressor. Looks just like it.
they were on the 302s, i think until they went with MAF. if the pressure hose was replaced, it might not have the right one without the port on it on it so they just ditched it
It's not just the manuals, Ive seen them on many trucks, most of them autos.I just did a search on the power steering pressure switch and an older post from another forum popped up and said that only the 5.0 w/ manual tranny had a p/s pressure switch. Can anyone confirm this??
I don't have the pressure switch so the PO must have changed it. So far I haven't noticed any issues, other than an error code is there anything wrong with just leaving it alone?Compressor has a different connector.
I mostly see them on 302s but my 94 with MAF doesn't have one.
It's not just the manuals, Ive seen them on many trucks, most of them autos.
I can't find a very good picture. The PSP switch is mounted in the pressure hose so the PO may have swapped it with one that didn't have the switch and left the connector hanging.