Just took my 1996 Camry to the Toyota dealership, my odometer was clicking off 1.6 miles for every road mile. I was informed that my speedometer was reading 70mph and actual was 67 mph (not bad). The fix is a $500 odometer cluster per the dealership. It is the 2nd one the dealership has a record of going bad. It is not a high failure part. Consider yourself one of the lucky folks that may end up withh a million mile Camry.
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The odometer on a 96 Ford Explorer is tied into the speedometer. If the speedometer is working then there is a gear problem inside of the speedometer causing the odometer to not work.
If the speedometer doesn't work either, then the cable broke or came loose. Otherwise, the gears in the odometer broke.
The gears in the speedometer are stripped. If the odometer is working then you have input.
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If the speedometer is not working but the odometer is, I would suspect the dash cluster is at fault. If both speedometer and odometer are not working I would suspect the speed sensor on the transmission is at fault.
If the speedometer and odometer are both not working, I would blame the speed sensor. If only the speedometer does not work and the odometer does work, the cluster is bad.
you can go to speedometer and out of speedometer
No, it will not.
My thought would be that your vehicle is originally from a country that uses kilometers. The Speedometer face plate may have been swapped out but the odometer wasn't converted. One mile equals 1.6 kilometers, hence the difference you're recognizing.
If the speedometer and odometer doesn't work I would suspect the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is faulty.If the speedometer doesn't work but the odometer does, I would suspect the gauge cluster is at fault.
Most likely because your speedometer cable is broken. If I find the guide for removing the instrument cluster, I'll post it here.
The odometer is broken and needs replaced.
If both the speedometer and odometer are not working I would suspect the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is at fault. If the speedometer doesn't work and the odometer does, I would suspect the instrument cluster is at fault.
The speedometer and odometer are electrically operated. There is no mechanical connection to the drivetrain. If there is no power, they don't work.
The odometer has failed.
sounds like a broken speedometer cable.
If you open the odometer, there are two small plastic gears. One is connected to the speedometer, the other to the odometer. The speedometer gear drives the odometer gear. In all likelihood, one of these gears is missing a few teeth. I have the same problem with my Ramcharger, same year.
Yes. Both Toyota and Camry are proper nouns (brand name and model).
If the speedometer and the odometer are not working, I would suspect the VSS (vehicle speed sensor). If only the speedometer is not working I would suspect the instrument cluster has problems.
If the speedometer and odometer both quit I would blame the speed sensor. If only the speedometer quit I would blame the instrument cluster.
There is a cable which runs from your front axle to the odometer/speedometer. Inside this cable is a gear box. As the front axle spin it transfers how fast your axle is spinning to your speedometer. This also spins your odometer. Something is either worn out in the cable, gearbox, or one of the ends of the cable has become disconnected. It's a very inexpensive fix.
I have the same problem on an '89 Dodge Dynasty. I am told that the odometer and speedometer in my car are driven by separate cables and that I simply need a new cable for my odometer to function properly again. I have not verified this information, but it might get you on track.
That would depend on many things. The year of your Toyota Camry, engine size, and how you drive.
check speedometer cable for possible disconnection; it comes out of firewall and goes to transmission