I am assuming that you have the analog style gauge cluster. What you would do is you would take the gauge cluster out of the dashboard area. Then, you would install a new gauge. If you cannot do this, I would check the internet and find a new Chrysler New Yorker gauge cluster. I believe that you could use either a digital cluster or an analog cluster, but I would use the same type that your car curently has. Good Luck! I hope that this helps.
On a 1989, the speedometer signal comes from the sensor in the housing where the passenger side axle shaft goes in the transmission.
i had the same car. its probally the cable that runs from the back of the speedometer to the trany. you have to pull out the instrument cluster. its not that hard.
You might have to take the car to a certified speedometer repair shop
Most of the time, the speedometer cable breaks, and you replace it. The best way to find out, is to unscrew it from the transmission, and see if you can pull the cable out from the casing. If it checks out to be good, then it will be the drive gear inside the transmission, or the speedometer itself.
Speedometer cable replace 1989 toyota
The valves on all engines in a 1989 Chrysler New Yorker are not adjustable. The hydraulic lifters are self adjusting.
If the digital dash lights up but shows no numbers for the speedometer on a 1989 Thunderbird LX, it is possible that a fuse is blown for the speedometer and the fuel gauge. There is more than one light in the dash for the speedometer.
If you find traces of oil in the antifreeze it's an indication of broken engine gasket. You need to go consult with a professional.
Back of the speedometer, through the firewall and into the top of the transmission.
like 40 tonnes
i had this same problem, it was the headlight switch, cost about 30 bucks in a 2002. it also messed with the navigation system
Yes it is... Pull the air cleaner housing and look down it will be the only senor there.
Transmission in need of SERVICE.
It is part of the pump module in the tank.
They are on both sides as well as the rear.
I have a 89 tracer with a 5 speed manual transmission. When I had the transmission oil changed they removed the speedometer cable from the transmission and filled it through the odometer drive mounting hole. I laughed at the mechanic but he said that was the only way to do it. If there is no other hole to check the oil I guess you may have to pull the odometer cable to check it!!! Hope this helps you out. RG
In the "Chrysler Full-Size Models 1988-93 Automotive Repair Manual" says "Torque Specifications Ft-lbs Spark Plugs to set at "26"
It is inside the HVAC housing behind the glove box.
It is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
Inside the glove box behind an access panel.
It uses regular old green antifreeze.
Inside the glove box, behind an access panel.
Probably does not have a speed sensor. It would have a speedometer cable that goes from the back of the speedometer, through the firewall, underneath the car, and into the transmission.