I have the same problem from time to time with my 1999 Wrangler Sport. The speedometer will display "no buss". I've been told it is a bad connection on the instrument panel.
Personally, I solve the problem by giving the dashboard a rap right above the panel. Not very scientific, but it works every time.
I had that problem repaired. It is a faulty wire connection, there is a certain wiring harness needs to be replaced. Mine was replaced under recall I think. I didn't pay for it at the dealership. Most dealerships should be well aware of this problem now.
check for an open fuse or check the vss (vehicle speed sensor)
try checking out your circuitry and looking for a break.... a little solder should do the trick.... hope that helps
That can only be done by a service tech, the car is so new that it will not reset even if you disconnect the battery**the above is incorrect.To reset the service light, turn ignition switch to ON position with engine off. Observe speedometer display and tachometer multifunction display. When standard display appears press up or down arrow on the multifunction steering wheel until the FSS service indicator with one or two wrenches appears in speedometer display and service deadline appears in tachometer display.Now, press the reset button between the speedometer and the tachometer for about 4 seconds or until the tachometer display shows "Do you want to reset service interval? Confirm by using the reset button" To confirm hold down the reset button again until a signal is heard. the service indicator will display the reset interval. Reset is complete.
On the left side of the instrument cluster is the EV (electric) indicator and tachometer, which is scaled in rotations per minute or RPM, from its written icon. The gasoline pump icon in the center is the fuel level indicator. To its right is the charge and assist level, and to its lower right is the speedometer.
The indicator is there to remind the driver when a certain number of miles has been reached, 7,500 in most cases. When no maintenance is required, the indicator will be green. If maintenance is needed, the indicator will turn red.
it may be your instrument cluster according to a mechanic i talked to.if it is let me know im having the same problem
If the Tech goes out and your TCS indicator comes on it could be your crank shaft sensor
If your gauge cluster has a tachometer:The "Check engine" light is under the tachometer just below the "1000."If your gauge cluster does not have a tachometer:The "Check engine" light is below the fuel gauge, just to the left of the high-beam headlight indicator.
the computer is intializing itself.
If you're talking about the green head light indicator to the upper left of your speedometer on your dash, that's the daytime running light indicator (DRL). The high beam indicator is a blue indicator and is inside the speedometer arc. A lot of people confuse these two indicators. The daytime running lights may be disabled by preferably removing the DRL fuse in the fuse box in the driver's door jamb or engaging the parking break.
Measuring or indicator dials that are often seen in the cars is the gas indicator, the speedometer, and the RPM screen. These indicator tools will let you know how fast you are going, how much fuel you have left in the tank, and just how hard your engine is revving, essential in your car's upkeep and lifeline.
If memory serves me right it is the low oil pressure light.
sensor on trans is bad its the one with a buch of wires near or on shift linkage
If it's the one I'm thinking of, it is the Shift Indicator. It tells you when your RPM's are such that you should shift gears for optimal fuel mileage.
There is a problem in the cluster. I would obtain a good used gauge cluster from a salvage yard , they are easy to replace. The only tools you need are a Phillips screwdriver, and a 7mm socket and ratchet. Once the dash plastic is off the unit just plugs in. But of course, check your fuses first right?
It doesn't have one. to check the oil, the car has an electronic oil indicator viewable on the bottom of the tachometer when sitting in the drivers seat with the engine running.
Indicator lever down... I'm going to turn left! Indicator lever up... I'm going to turn right? Same as everything else! Elementary, dear Watson!
If speed indicator works probably a bad gear in the speedometer head
Of course ,first check the fusebox. If all fuses check out ok, I think the headlight switch is bad. I had a problem with indicator lights and my running lights were not working.(Tail lights,). I tried everything and finally replaced the headlight switch and that fixed it! About $25.00
because the unknown liquid is unknown so everything is unknown so a universal indicator can handle being unknown
There should be a heavy wire called the Alternator output wire, It carries power from the alternator to power your accessories and to maintain your battery. The smaller wires usually in a plug are either the alternator's voltage sense, Stator/ACurrent/Tachometer output, regulator/indicator light. or if its an Externaly regulated alternator they will be alternator Field, Stator/ACurrent/Tachometer. hope this helps
This is most likely the Brake Warning Light. It's usually obvious because it says BRAKE under it but perhaps not always. This indicator light is usually located bottom center of the tachometer gauge.
There are fuses in the cabin and also under the hood. You may need to actually pull each fuse to inspect it.
I assume it's working and you just want to check the calibration of the speedometer. I recommend you use a GPS to check it since those devices have a speed indicator included in their many features. If your speedometer is indicating zero when the car is moving, you likely need a new speedometer. If it's reading zero when the car is moving, try clapping the dash above the instrument to see if the speedometer moves off zero. If it does, then you 100% need a new one. If it doesn't, then you 90% need a new one because you have about a 10%chance that it's the car's speed sensor which might be in the transmission. Not a big deal ($) that, the bigger deal ($$$) would be the speedometer itself.