Remove the speedo cable from the car, remove the cable from the casing, clean both really good, apply a litle bit of lithium grease, wipe the whole cable with it, assemble back into the casing, and put it back into the car. That should do the trick, and if not, then take the cluster over to a speedo repair shop so they can look at it.
there is a bad connection with a wire behind the pannel. you have to take the pannel off and check.
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The speedometer is located on the instrument panel directly behind the steering wheel and is typically located in the center.
Depends on what's wrong with the speedometer. Try re-soldering the contacts on the mainboard behind the instrument panel.
It has been awhile for me but I don't think you can remove it. The speedometer is a press fit and has to be pushed out from behind.
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.
one end is hooked to the back of the speedometer behind the dash and the other end is hooked to the transmission.
I believe the head is the part of the speedometer that is directly behind the faceplate of the gauge. It takes the input from the cable spinning at X rpm's (or sensor if electronic) and converts it mechanically into what your speedometer gauge indicates on the faceplate.
hook it to the speedometer behind the dash and route it through the firewall down to the transmission and hook it up to the tranny.
you have to remove the lens cover. look for screws to take it off. then the speedometer pulls out and the bulbs are behind.
pull the dash apart. behind the speedometer you will see the cable. it connects to the transmission.
it goes into tranny behind transfer case
usually it's the speedometer cable that goes bad, you can reach behind the dash and unplug it from the speedometer and with some pliers undo it from the transmission. If you can spin one end and the other does not spin it is bad.
Drive as fast as you can and ignore the flashing lights behind you!
behind the steering wheel on the speedometer for the car
behind and screwed to the speedometer housing
check the guard behind the rotors could be rubbing
If the ABS light is flashing it means the system is malfunctioning but still working. The dash light behind the speedometer is burnt out.
The ecu is to the left inside the passenger compartment and behind and to the left of speedometer.
Yes, if it has a mechanical speedometer. It can also be a relay that is clicking.
One of them is behind the instrument cluster and the other is on the side of the transmission. Ray