Wednesday, November 14, 2012

2007 Ford F350:C1175 code for left rear speed sensor

ABS light is on and

Error code  b2900 and c1175 is coming up in vehicle scanning.

Code c1175 is a left rear speed sensor problem, but on 2007 ford f350 truck there is no rear speed sensor.

It is not uncommon for that code to set for the rear sensor. I'm not sure why they progam it like that. The rear speed sensor has been a problem for ages on ford truck vehicles.

It can be Vin mismatch issue.Or the other problem is your computer lost its programmed data.

Its like formating the computer,when its data gets corrupted.

The vin mismatch is usually set when a module has been replaced without being programed. Almost all the modules are programed with the VIN and vehicle specific programing. Every thing talks to each other through the network much like in an office.The vehicle speed info is input to the ABS module then goes to the instrument cluster, radio. as data. If the module is not programed or programed with software other than that for your specific vehicle other system can be in error due to corrupt data.So get the computer module inspected or need to try with another vehicle specific engine control computer module.

At ford dealership your vehicles computer module manufacturer date will be retrieved and its issues can be identified. If it's just a normal data loss to computer module, then basic programming to these module will resolve the error otherwise the computer module needs to be replaced.

These details will help.


  1. Many of my friends having their own car and some of them are using their father’s car for driving, my friends frequently discuss about their car detailing and caring tips with me. And I always suggest them to go to the Innovate Car for their car detailing.

  2. With the introduction of Car Computer Systems, also termed "Mobile Data Terminals" driving a vehicle has changed into an experience that not too many years ago, would have been related to the world of "Star Wars". Whether a car computer is installed in a private vehicle or a company fleet, they are able to be designed to meet the specific requirements of the user. They have the capacity of providing the services of any other electronic device associated with a vehicle, with the added and valuable benefit of providing access to an Internet enabled Personal Computer. Car Computer Exchange