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Can the Speedo be calibrated on a 6.0 2004 F250??

ive been looking thru the site but havent found out how exactly to do this with out going to the dealership. Help would be appreciated!

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Re: Can the Speedo be calibrated on a 6.0 2004 F250??

it's done through the OBD ( as you know) you need someone who can access the ABS module
like a dealer or an Automotive Engiuity setup (Google)

then there is the signal manipulator like the truespeed units by superlift ETC

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Re: Can the Speedo be calibrated on a 6.0 2004 F250??

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it's done through the OBD ( as you know) you need someone who can access the ABS module
like a dealer or an Automotive Engiuity setup (Google)

then there is the signal manipulator like the truespeed units by superlift ETC
Thanks man ill look them up! either of these dont affect the tuner right? the shift points should be fine as long as i have the Gear ratio and Revs/Mile set in the tuner?

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that should be correct

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Re: Can the Speedo be calibrated on a 6.0 2004 F250??

I use AE. Its great and plus then you have your own scanner anytime you need it. I will say that with AE, when setting for different tire size, I had to set it as alittle smaller to get it to read as close as possible. Checked it with my gps after setting and made adjustments as needed.

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Re: Can the Speedo be calibrated on a 6.0 2004 F250??

I also have A/E and love it except I cannot seem to adjust my speedo against a GPS. I notice different shifts times at different speeds but overall speedo remains the same! I have often wondered if I need to retune back to stock then use the A/E?
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