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Old 04-22-2004, 02:04 PM
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Gen I Cruise Control Servo?

Does anyone have a working 1st Generation cruise control servo for sale? Mine died and the local dealership wants way too much for it. If anyone has and L they're parting out...I'd be interested in this part. Also, does anyone have an offroad H-pipe for sale for the 1st Gens? Thanks.
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I would think the Gen 1 cruise servo is pretty much the same as the standard F150 servo. You can go to the local salvage yard and compare the part numbers on the servo. I saw a new take off servo from an 03 F150 on Ebay too.
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I thought they'd be similar, too. But the part numbers ARE different. Probably just the length on the cable though...I may disassemble this broke one to see if I could just swap cables with a standard servo.
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