You don't as it does not have a cable. You replace the speed sensor instead.
There is no such thing. The odometer is electrically driven from the PCM via the vehicle speed sensor. If the odometer has failed you need to replace the cluster.
There is not an odometer cable. The odometer is driven by the speedometer. If the odometer is not working then you will have to replace the speedometer head.
TPS usually means throttle position sensor, and it doesn't have a "cable".
don't have 1
odometer cable and speedometer cable are the same thing, unscrew cable from speedometer head under the dash and unhook it from the tranny and pull the cable out and replace with a new one.
No, the speedometer is driven electrically from the PCM.
with difficulty :P
would like to know where the speedometer sensors are on a 1999 villager
you can't. there is no cable. it's all electronic. in future year helps
Speedometers are not driven with a cable anymore, they are electronic.
There are a couple of reasons why a 1993 Mercury Villager is hard to shift. One reason could be a gear shift cable. Another reason could be low transmission fluid.
There is no odometer/speedometer cable in that vehicle. The odometer/speedometer is electronic.
The odometer is electric, no cable.
If it is broken they cannot be repaired. You need to replace it.
Front of the transmission, the thing the shift cable attaches to.
Remove the radio retaining cover from your 2000 Mercury Villager radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. The stereo will slide out. Remove the antenna cable and the wiring harness from the back of the stereo.
unhook it from the speedometer head and unhook it from the tranny and take it out.
You have to replace a whole thing, not only a cable
it does not have cable, it is vaccuum and acuator motor driven
The speedometer is electric, there is no cable. There is a speed sensor on the transmission that sends a signal to the PCM, which in turn sends a signal to the instrument cluster to display speed.
Not enough information. What cable are you talking about?
There cable. It is electronically controlled.
Most modern vehicles do not use a speedometer/odometer cable; it's all done by sensors.
connected to the back of the odometer and runs in to the transmission it pulls out
Shouldn't be a cable. It should be electronically driven from ECM. Mine didn't work until I repaired bad solder connections on the circuit board.