If the speedometer is not accurate, the odometer is probably not either. If you do not know how far you have driven, you can not calculate mileage with any certainty.If the speedometer is not accurate, the odometer is probably not either. If you do not know how far you have driven, you can not calculate mileage with any certainty.
Broken speedometer cable.
Broken tooth in speedometer head. Replace speedometer head
bad gas mileage
If speedometer itself is working then gears inside the assembly are damaged.
Read it from the odometer - a total mileage recorder usually on the speedometer dial.
no, this is both impossible and illegal.
Contact the dealer or a local speedometer shop. Changing the mileage may be a federal crime.
It should appear in the little window at the bottom of the speedometer dial. Next to it there should be a push switch to change from odometer mileage to "trip" mileage.
There are a few reasons that could cause the speedometer to stop working on your Toyota Camry. If the mileage is still working then the speedometer cable end is damaged. If both the odometer and speedometer do not work then the cable is most likely broken.
It will change to the mileage on the new speedo.
you may have changed the tire size which will give you incorrect mileage hence causing an erroneous gas mileage reading.
best way is to use a percentage multiplier.... go to 1010tires.com and determine your speedometer difference..... that will give you an idea of the mileage difference.
No, but they can effect handling, braking, ride, mileage, and the accuracy of your speedometer.
Mileage of a car is nothing but how many kilometres a car has run or a total number of miles a car has travelled. Mileage of a car determines its value while selling or buying any vehicles.
You can get a Federally approved form from DMV to record actual mileage and keep with vehicle and just add that mileage the accumulated mileage on the new speedometer
What is not working about the speedometer cluster? Wrangler speedometer clusters use LED lights and the speedometer is electronically powered, no mechanical cable. Replace cluster if reason for speedometer not working is in the cluster. Check to see if speed sensor is bad before replacing cluster. On wranglers, mileage on salvage clusters may not matter because the computer on the wrangler stores mileage and mileage normally reverts back to mileage in computer. Replacing cluster requires a two out of five level of knowledge. Short 3 to 4 inch and long Philips screw driver and patience is all that should be needed to do the job. After removing screws, be careful not to break clips on molding that help hold cluster in place. Do not attempt to replace LED lights, if this is the problem. Ebay has these clusters for around $85 plus shipping of approximately $15. Hope this answer helps.
Yes, but your speedometer will not be accurate and performance and mileage will be effected.
Tire wear, vehicle handling and gas mileage.
No it will hurt your mileage, handling, braking, ride, and your speedometer will not be accurate. Stick with the OEM size tires that came on your car.
the engine does run chances are that the speedometer cable is broken or the gear in the transmission is striped
Yes, the odometer could have stopped and been repaired years later, there's the possibility of manual rollback or the mileage could have just been recorded wrong.
No, your speedometer will be off and power and fuel mileage will be adversely effected.
Tire wear, vehicle handling and gas mileage
It will the same mileage of the new cluster you installed. mileage recorded on the cluster not on the ECU I'm sure about this 100% It will the same mileage of the new cluster you installed. mileage recorded on the cluster not on the ECU I'm sure about this 100% It will the same mileage of the new cluster you installed. mileage recorded on the cluster not on the ECU I'm sure about this 100%