1993 Chevy 6.5 to Cummins 5.9 swap. Speedo/VSS issues
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    Default 1993 Chevy 6.5 to Cummins 5.9 swap. Speedo/VSS issues

    I have a friend I am trying to help. He has a 1993 Chevy pickup that originally had a 6.5/4L80E in it. He swapped in a 1993 5.9/NV4500. The original trans had a VSS for the speedo. What are his options for getting his stock speedo to work.

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    Bill

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    sounds like 2wd. you can make your own reluctor to simulate chevy's ring. then adapt the chevy vss into the nv.
    Not the easiest thing to do but it has been done

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    if its 2wd.. you can make the output just like the chevy.. but you will have to change the main shaft in the nv4500 to the chevy style... or get a 96 or newer chevy nv4500 and change the input shaft and bearing retainer to the dodge style and bolt it in... good luck.. as info the abs works off the same sensor...

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