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How do you replace a speed motor on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?


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2015-07-15 21:23:09
2015-07-15 21:23:09

Correction; that should read "Idle speed motor"

I thought this translated to an important question I didn't see here: "How do you replace a speedometer on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?" Mine, in my 1993 Grand Cherokee, has not worked properly for two years and a speedometer shop tried but couldn't fix it. I've been using my Tachometer to estimate MPH.

Apologies to the original poster if the correction is yours. And sorry to everyone else since neither of these are answers.


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