There are total of 12 screws that need to be taken out. First the knee panel (2 screws), located beneath the steering wheel needs to come off to grant access to other screws. Then the knob plate for the headlights and dimmer needs to come off, and there is one screw located behind that. The radio has to come out as well, need to use DIN wrenches to take off the radio, this is done by putting the wrenches into the two holes on either side of the radio. There are 3 or 4 more screws holding the radio panel in place. Then pull the radio panel off, but be gentle b/c you could break the so called "butterfly" rivets. There are two more screws located in the top part of the dashboard holding the vents and display window in place. Once those screws are out then you may need to lower the steering column and put the transmission into "D". However, you just need to put the ignition into the run position. Pull the top panel off and then there will be 4 torx screws holding the speedo head unit in place. Remove those 4 screws and unplug both plugs from the back of the unit. There is also a cable for the shifter display that will need to be removed, there is a tiny bolt holding that in place. The install of the new or re-used unit is in the opposite order. Have fun and hope that everything works out for the best.
There is no Cable it is a speed sensor on the transmission
There is no speedometer cable to change. Subaru, like all modern cars, has an electronic speedometer. --Ken
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The vehicle speed sensor is the #1 suspect - it feeds critical data to both the speedometer and the transmission. See "Related Questions" below for more, including picture links, about the VSS
If the outside diameter changes, then the speedometer will change
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if the diameter will be greater or less then the speedometer will be effected
did you check the speedometer gear in the tranny?
They are not. Gemini likes constant change, and Taurus hates change. Gemini is just too full of energy for calm Taurus to handle.
Speedometer cable broken, disconnected.... change your VSS (vehicle speed sensor)User User:Jfg637wrote:Before you even go that route check your fuses. I have had a 96 Taurus since 97. There's a fuse that controls the speedometer as well as the power steering and sometimes the radio. I found this out after installing an after market radio lol.Those fuse charts are darned confusing! Try 12 and 24 as candidates to start with...See "Related Questions" below for more
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It doesn't have a speedometer cable. It is electronic.
Different heights of tire will change the speedometer reading.
You will need to remove the instrument panel cover. Remove the retaining screws from the speedometer. The lightbulb will be on the back of the speedometer.
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Converting mercury liquid to mercury gas (vapor) is a PHYSICAL change, not a chemical change.
Mercury is not a change of any sort. It is a substance.
If you are in the United States you cannot change the speedometer on the Mazda 3 from miles to kilometers. The only option available is miles.
check the fuse, the speedometer does not run off of a fuse
A 1996 Dodge Ram does not have a speedometer cable. The system is all electric.
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oxidizing of mercury is a chemical change.
A change in overall tire height will change speedometer accuracy.
Drive it and you can see it change before your very eyes!