My speedometer works and the odometer does not because there is a plastic gear in the odometer that is broken.
Stepper motor for speedometer has a broken gear in it, causing unpredictable operation. If the odometer is still working, then the speed sensor is OK. Instrument cluster needs repair.
you need to change the speedometer cause if your odometer is counting then speedometer should be working too. make sure your speed gear its working its in the side of the transmission The odometer and speedometer read off of the same signal. If one works, the signal is ok and the other gauge is bad.
If the speedo il ok but the odometer doesn't work, take it to a speedo shop as the problem is in the speedo.
yes you can , they are OK but arent the best .
Same thing happened to me!! i hvae a 1998 honda accord EX, its my baby! OK so the reason why is because either A) you speedometer wire burnt to a crisp.. $10 easy fix.. or your electronic cluster is messed up $800-$1500.. sorry but thats the truth.... JUST IGNORE IT! NOTHIN WRONG COULD HAPPEN thats the good thing about this problem. thats what my honda dealer told me to do... lol
check where the odometer cable goes into the transmission some times there is a plastic gear where the teeth wear off and causes the odometewr not to work. I found where it goes into the transmission, but am having lots of trouble removing the sensor from the transmission. I removed the side screw and can turn the sensor a little bit, but it is not clear how to remove the wire and the sensor from the transmission. Any help here - I don't want to break anything! Thanks!
I'd check the fuses first and if OK, check under/pull the dash and see if everythings hooked up OK.
check your transmission and gear so test if there ok if thay are dont drive your car for a while if its bad got to a shop hope i helped :)
No, it is morally wrong.
my speedometer quite working on my truck. seems like everything else works ok can you tell me what tolook to fix and any suggestions thanks
I`m not sure what state you are in but I do believe it is illegal in just about any of the 50 states to change the speedometer on ANY vehicle. The Federal Government really really frowns on that sort of thing. As long as you aren't replacing the Odometer it should be ok if there is a failure of the Speedo, might check your local law enforcement and see what they think of it. If the mileage is over a certain amount alot of times they dont even put a mileage on the title.
Did you check the fuses in the power distribution box under the hood?
i am always wrong so theres no point in asking me anything. OK!!!
HI, It could be a few things, the cable might have broken, the cable might have become disconnected at the speedometer, the cable might have become disconnected at the transmission, the speedometer might have become faulty or the back of the speedometer where the cable connects th it might have broken, if that happens then you need a new speedometer, it's cheaper and easirer to gat a replacement instrument cluster than look for just a speedometer. . The first is to check the cable at both ends and if that is ok then you just might need to look for an instrument cluster. It was my problem also and I had both things wrong, the cable was bad and my speedo was bad. I replaced the cable first then the instrument cluster. I bought the cable from a Chevy dealer and the instrument cluster on EBay and had no problems with it at all. Sometimes you can get a part from a Chevy dealer and if they don't have the part you can check with a Suzuki dealer, and then ther's EBay. I hope this helps you, good luck. Steve H.
Well the first thing to check is the vehical speed sensor (VSS), does you speedometer work? If that checks out ok, take it to the trans shop for an estimate usually not that much, and often times free.
ok here you go goto www.stealth316.com and click on garage then step by step for speedometer gear. ok but mainly take of intake hose battery and battery housing and it is under the clutch line... one bolt and pull out ok... but they will give you step by step instructions on how to do it... its easy i just changed mine in my stealth and it took me like 1 hour to do... good luck
ok its either have your odometer set on miles, then turn ingition switch off press and hold your reset button (the one to reset your miles in the dash near the speedometer), then tunr iginiton switch on and wait for the dashes in the instriment cluster to quit falshing and display 0000000 then release the button.the other optoion is the same process but set your odometer on trip A before starting
I think graffiti is ok if its not damaging anyone else's property without them saying it is ok.
noo... but its wrong to get an answer ok so basically your saying it's wrong...?
Yes, if you can live with an inaccurate speedometer.
It isn't wrong. I you like her (him) and she (he) likes you as much, you should be OK.
for example:int arr;arr = 1; /* ok */arr = 2; /* ok */arr = 0; /* ok */arr = -1; /* wrong */arr[-1] = -3; /* wrong */
I had a 1993 Crown Vic that the odometer stopped working. I found out the government is very picky about messing around with it. You can replace it with a new one or a used one, but you must have a sticker put on the car, most of the time in the driver side door jam, that states that the odometer has been replaced, the mileage of the old odometer and the mileage of the new odometer. I found it was best to have a shop do this as they take care of the necessary red tape. (I know it is a little more costly, but in this case I felt the shop was the better way to go) It very well could show up on CarFax (some repair shops share data with Carfax - others don't). That is the type of thing that i would want to know if I was buying a car. If you do it yourself, there probably will not be a carfax report, unless you report it to them.
I think there's nothing wrong with that.
They are good, nothing wrong with them at all