your car is equipped with a vehicle speed sensor and also check your fuses, sometimes you'll only have one guage not working with a blown fuse, the sensor is located on the tail housing of the transmission, there is no cable i hope this helps you your car is equipped with a vehicle speed sensor and also check your fuses, sometimes you'll only have one guage not working with a blown fuse, the sensor is located on the tail housing of the transmission, there is no cable i hope this helps you
no, its a different design
if the speedometer is bad, the dash cluster has to be replaced. this usually done at the dealer because the cluster has to be programmed with software to function correctly. the dash cluster are usually between 200.00 and $250.00 and no more than $100.00 in labor
If the speedo works, but the odometer doesn't . The cluster needs replaced.
May have replaced the wrong sensor or you have a bad wire in that curcuit. gm Jim
the dashboard cluster could have broken. That happened to my 2004 trailblazer and I had to get it replaced
First check the speedometer cable going into the top of the transmission. If it is not broken the instrument cluster must be replaced.
The gauge is part of the instument cluster ( the part with the speedometer ).The gauge is part of the instument cluster ( the part with the speedometer ).
Bad wheel speed sensor or cluster needs replaced
The speedometer itself will work but you will need to take the instrument cluster apart and transplant the speedometer unit from the 92 cluster into the 87 cluster. The speedo mechanism is the same but the clusters are different.
Look at the dash cluster of any automobile and you will find a speedometer.
you have to take out the intrument cluster and replaced the light bulbs that are inside the instrument cluster!...its really simple
We had the same problem, and our 1998 F150 needed a new instrument cluster.
digital cluster may need replaced
It is in the instrument cluster in the dash.
The instrument cluster is what houses the speedometer, and the gauges.
It's usually the cable or the speedometer head in the dash that have problems Is it possible to lubricate the where the cable and the speedometer head cluster meet? If so, how do you get into the head or cluster?
The speedometer is part of the instrument cluster, and is fused with the other instruments.
Replace the dash cluster that's what it sounds like to me since your tachometer and speedometer both don't work
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The small stepper motor in the cluster probably is about to fail. It can be ordered and replaced if you have the patience and skill by removing the cluster from the dash. Or you can replace the cluster as a unit. www.usspeedo.com may be able to help you solve the problem. Join our enthusiasts forum at www.trailvoy.com The place where you can get all the answers to your questions about these trucks.
The only way to fix it is to take it to the dealer and have the whole gage cluster replaced there was a service bulletin out on this from Cadillac and they will pay for part of the cost.
The speedometer sensor relates back to or through the ECM and to the cluster in digital or analog out put.
Not knowing the year, make and model vehicle it limits how much we can help you. If the speedometer cluster is digital and both the speedometer and odometer is not working I would suspect the vehicle speed sensor is at fault. If only the speedometer is not working I would suspect the dash cluster is at fault.