possible cable Remove from transmission and check if in one piece - if not remove speedometer head and replace cable to transmission and head
Since you replaced the sensor, and the speedometer still isn't working it is possible that you will need to replace the speedometer cable. Check the cable first to be sure that it is still properly connected, and if so replace the cable to see if that solves the problem.
If the Park Ave is a year that uses a speedometer cable, check that the drive gear for the cable is working. Check the cable to insure that it is not broken of stuck, then check the speedometer itself. These steps will let you know what is broken so that you can fix it.
To repair the speedometer on the 2003 Suburban, first check to see what is causing the malfunction. You might need to replace a fuse or even the cable.
Check to see if it has one. You may find that it is all electrical. I did.
Unhook the speedometer cable from the transmission and the instrument cluster in the dash. Take the actually metal cable out. Clean it with solvent. Re-grease with "lithium-based" lubricant. Re-insert. Also check for fraying. If so, replace cable.
the speedometer on my 97 toyota camary stopped working and the check engine light came on why
It would probably be cheaper to replace the cable, check with your local auto wrecker. This used part should be very inexpensive, compared to repairing it.
probably need to replace the speedometer cable. if turbo check the big one that goes along the firewall possibly got burnt up on the down pipe
If it is a stock model speedometer, there is no speedometer cable. there is a sensor on the transmission which transmits signals in a wire to the speedometer assembly, which is on your dashboard. If you have a problem check the speed sensor, or the wiring to it. JOEDI
To fix a speedometer in a 91 Sunbird, check to ensure the cable has not come loose. If the cable has come loose, you will need to tighten it with a wrench.
A 1991 dodge dynasty speedometer bouncing could be a sticking speedometer cable, or a bad drive gear. Check the cable first, and lubricate it to see if the problem stops.
If it's an analog speedometer, first check the condition of the speedometer cable. It may need to be replaced.
In general, there are two possibilities. 1, remove the entire speedometer cable and housing, replacing it with a new one. 2, if the cable housing is still intact you can get an inner cable and just feed that through. Some of the inner cable kits can be difficult to cut to length so you may need to put it in, check for length then pull the inner cable out and follow the instructions for cutting it to length.
There is no speedometer cable on a 1995 caravan. it is done by a speed sensor on the transmission and digtal data is sent to the computer and the computer then sends the signal to the speedometer. This is the case even when the speedometer looks analog. Likely a bad speedometer is the cause if it does not move as the speed sensor is used for other functions and would trip the "check engine" light if it was bad. the speedometer is part of the instrument cluster and likely you would need to change the whole thing.
Check the side around the tailshaft.
If the speedometer breaks, it effects the odometer. Check the speedometer cable it may be broken, even under the insulation.
It does not have a cable. It is controlled by the speed sensor.The vehicle speed sensor ( VSS ) provides information to the ( PCM ) Power train controll module to indicate vehicle speed. Check VSS.
If a 1992 Honda Civic's speedometer is erratic, the problem could be the speedometer cable. It could also be the speedometer sensor malfunctioning. Check both components carefully.
check if it has a speedometer cable if not the speed sensor needs to be replaced
Look up 1991 ford escorts manual transmission speedometer
You have to find out what's wrong with it first If the odometer is working then the speedometer "head" needs repair. This requires some disassembly to get the speedometer out of the dash. If the odometer is not working it is most likely the inner cable to the transmission. Take the cable loose from the transmission and remove the gear. Check the gear for broken teeth and a worn out square hole where the cable fits into it. Try to pull the inner cable out by hand or a little help with pliers. If it is broken it will come out. There is a clamped end and stop ring at the speedometer end that will keep that end of the cable in the sheath. There is a possibility that the clamp has come loose at that end also. It would help to remove both ends so you can turn the cable at one end and have someone check the other end for turning also. An inner cable can be replaced. Sometimes a sheath that old will have rust damage and need replacement also. Put some speedometer cable lubricant on the cable while you are working on it and if you replace it.
1) Locate the speedometer cable attachment to the transaxle (just behind the intake manifold on the drivers side USA models) 2) Disconnect the electrical connector form the speed sensor 3) Remove the screw and retaining clip from the speedometer cable (completely move them out of the way so they do not fall into the transmission) 4) Remove the speedometer cable 5) Fluid should be between the top and bottom of the speedometer cable gear 6) Fill as needed 7) Check o ring on the speedometer gear housing replace it if it is damaged 8) Re-install the speedometer cable assembly, retainer, bolt, and electrical connector Remember the Escort uses automatic transmission fluid in the manual transmission for the 1991 - 2000 models' If you want to change the fluid Drain the fluid (drain plug on the bottom of the transmission) Re-install the drain plug. Remove the speedometer as stated above Add 2.9 quarts of Mercon ATF to the transmission Re-install Speedometer cable
check speedometer cable for possible disconnection; it comes out of firewall and goes to transmission
Have your mechanic check the speedometer cable connections. They no longer use a cable. It is electronic. If the speedometer is not working but the odometer is, the problem is in the dash cluster. If both the speedometer and odometer are not working, the speed sensor in the transmission may be at fault.