Are you sure it even has a cable? If it does, you need to remove the instrument cluster and disconnet the cable from the speedometer head. You should then be able to just pull the cable out. If it's broken off, you'll have to remove the cable housing from the transmission and just replace the entire thing. My 93 Prizm doesn't have a cable, it's electronically controlled by a Vehicle Speed Sensor on the transmission.
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electric.
It does not have a cable, the speedometer is electric.
No speedometer cable, it is electronically controlled from transmission.
The 1996 Geo tracker speedometer cable is held in place by a retaining nut at each end of the cable. Loosen the retaining nuts. Remove the speedometer cable guide retainers. Reverse the process to install the new speedometer cable.
1996 ranger does not have speedo cable it is electronic
on the 94 aspire the speed cable connects to the speedometer and goes through the firewall and to the wheel
1996 and newer have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor that operates your electronic speedometer and also sends a signal to the powertrain control module (PCM) The PCM uses this signal to control several different functions of the engine and transmission.. Your 1996 doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable.
I believe starting on the 1996 Explorer , it went to an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) so it doesn't have a conventional speedometer cable
Sounds like the speedometer cable broke.
I believe it was 1996 that the Explorers started using an electronic speedometer with a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) Since then the Explorers have not had a conventional speedometer cable
You need to disconnect the cable from the transaxel. Then you pull out your dash cluster. Remove clip from speedometer cable then just pull it out. Reverse for installation.
It's usually the cable or the speedometer head in the dash that have problems Is it possible to lubricate the where the cable and the speedometer head cluster meet? If so, how do you get into the head or cluster?
the speed sensor, trans. sensor , or the speedometer cable
There is not speedometer cable on a 1996 Honda Civic. There is a throttle cable. Top replace this unhook it from the throttle body and gas pedal. Hook on the new cable to snake it through the firewall. Properly hook the throttle cable to the gas pedal and throttle body.
I don't believe it has one , the Ford Explorers 1996 and newer models don't have a conventional speedometer cable , they have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor ( VSS )
would like to know where the speedometer sensors are on a 1999 villager
U HAVE TO REMOVE THE SPEEDOMETER FACE PLATE, AND REMOVE THE SPEEDOMETER AND THERE ARE ALL THE LIGHTS ON THE BACK PART OF THE SPEEDOMETER, PD:BE CAREFULL WHEN REMOVING THE SPEEDOMETER THERE IS A SPPEDO CABLE UNDER NEED U HAVE TO DISCONECT THE CABLE FROM BEHIND.
It has an electric speedo and has a speed sensor.
The speedometer is electric, there is no cable. There is a speed sensor on the transmission that sends a signal to the PCM, which in turn sends a signal to the instrument cluster to display speed.
A 1996 Chrysler Town and Country does not have a speedometer or odometer cable. That signal comes from the transmission output speed sensor.
cable the ometer in its self nose not work
When it quits working and the cable isn't broken.
It has a Speed sensor.
According to my Haynes repair manual, 1996 and later models do not use a conventional speedometer cable. They use an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor (VSS)
This is very common on the 1996 Ford Escort unfortunately. Basically the speedometer cable has to be re-greased or the speedometer has to be replaced with the older 80mph model. Both "fixes" require disassembly of the dash to get to the cable/speedometer. See the ford escort owners association for more details/instructions.