odometer cable and speedometer cable are the same thing, unscrew cable from speedometer head under the dash and unhook it from the tranny and pull the cable out and replace with a new one.
The odometer is electric, no cable.
There is not an odometer cable. The odometer is driven by the speedometer. If the odometer is not working then you will have to replace the speedometer head.
There is no odometer/speedometer cable in that vehicle. The odometer/speedometer is electronic.
There is no cable as in conventional mechanical odometers, instead the odometer in your Volvo is electronic, sensing pulses from a sender located on top of the rear differential.
I believe there's not a cable as such, as it's all electronic and wired. Correct me someone please if I'm mistaken
There cable. It is electronically controlled.
connected to the back of the odometer and runs in to the transmission it pulls out
Most modern vehicles do not use a speedometer/odometer cable; it's all done by sensors.
Electronic and not cable.
More than likely, it sounds like your odometer cable has been disconnected or is failing. A new odometer cable can be picked up at any auto parts seller.
1996 ranger does not have speedo cable it is electronic