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Old 05-08-2018, 07:15 AM
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92 has 2 VSS, one on the rear, one where the speedometer cable used to be
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The funny thing about the stalling issues is that it doesnít happen immediately when you stop. It will idle ok for about 10-30 seconds then you fell it bogg down and the rpm drop to the point it will stall. Put in neutral or 2nd goes away and idles fine. If you keep a little throttle applied the rpm will lightly surge sometimes and the truck will lunge a little along with the surge which Iím guessing in the TC locking and unlocking.


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Yeah my 94 has a VSS on the rear differential only, but my memory is that the 92 has one on the transmission (not sure if it has both, or just the transmission one).

The VSS along with the TPS provide crucial data to the computer. Additionally make sure the wires are in good condition feeding those as well. I had aftermarket exhaust near the wire leading to my rear differential and had to remedy that. It rubbed for years without my knowing and eventually wore through the insulation, grounding it out.

The VSS (in my experience) caused bouncing speedometers and the transmission to seemingly "fall out of gear."

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