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How does a speedometer work on a 95 Chevy S-10?

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2006-03-03 04:33:28
2006-03-03 04:33:28

there is a speed sensor on the rear of the tranny which puts out a pulse to the ecm this is converted to dc current to drive the speedometer faster the speed more pulses more pulses the higher the dc the higher the dc the faster the speed display

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