1993 Ford F-150 cruise control servo

  • 1993 FORD F-150
  • V8
  • 2WD
  • 80,000 MILES
Recently purchased a cream puff ford pu, the cruise control did not function and the ford dealer told me the servo was the culprit and the repair would cost more than 500$. I called a parts house and was quoted 75$ for a servo, can you give an old geezer some clue to how I can do it myself? I will be very greatful since I am retired and on a tight budget. Ed
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Thursday, April 8th, 2010 AT 6:25 PM

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I would be glad to help. This is a vacuum operated device that hooks up to your accelerator via a cable to the throttle body. It's usually mounted on its own bracket off of the power booster behind the place you put the brake fluid in. You'll see that it's quite easy. Get that part first and open the hood. Locate it's mounting screws, 4 at most. You'll see an attachment for the cable and also the vacuum hose. You'll need a small pliers and a couple of wrenches or a ratchet set. Maybe 7/16ths or 10 mm's. I always get the part and match it up first. Go from there. OK, I hope this helps you just a little. When you have the part in your hand, you'll be able to identify it easier.
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Thursday, April 8th, 2010 AT 9:06 PM

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