? The speedometer cable attaches to the transmission, not the engine. Please try again with more info.
Yes of why not...you should complete change your 12 valve 1300 cc engine to 16 valve 1300 cc EFI Engine for better performance and less fuel,GAS consumption.
Is it a 12 valve engine or 24 valve? What do you mean by speedometer sensor? Do you mean Vehicle speed sensor? If so why do you want to change that?
It should bury the speedometer depending on the gear ratio.
the speedometer switch is located at the rear of the diferential, remove wires clean and refit, that should cure it.
change the speed sensor and that should fix both of your problems
If memory serves me correctly the speedometer is driven by a gear which is on the transmission, looking down from the top of the engine (below the airbox) should be a 2 wire sensor which is screwed into the transmission case.
When they are broken.
On your 1995 Ford Explorer you have a conventional speedometer cable driven speedometer , 1996 and newer Explorers have an electronic speedometer and a vehicle speed sensor according to my Haynes repair manual
The 1987 Chevy Celebrity uses an electronic speedometer, there is no speedometer cable. Assuming your speedometer has failed here are some possible causes: The VSS. vehicle speed sensor, may have failed. The speedometer may have failed. The ECM, engine control module aka computer, may have failed. There may be wiring issues such as unplugged, dirty connections, broken wires, etc.
The timing chain does not have a recommended change interval and should last for the life of the engine.The timing chain does not have a recommended change interval and should last for the life of the engine.
Smaller tires should not cause the check engine light to come on. Smaller tires will cause the speedometer to be off.
for the check engine light go to autozone and they will diagnose your engine for free as for the speedometer you will proobably have to replace the speed sensor
There should be a cable that screws in the back of the speedo and into the transmission, the motor size has nothing to do with it.
Take it to Autozone and have it read the codes if it is OBD2 (1996 and newer) if not to see if the check engine light is related to the speedometer problem disconnect the negative battery cable and hold the brake down for about a minute. This should turn the check engine light off. If it does drive it to see if the speedometer works. If it does they are related somehow, if it still doesn't then it must be two separate problems.
check your speedometer sensor located back left of engine bay on top of the transmission
There is no speedometer cable on a 1995 caravan. it is done by a speed sensor on the transmission and digtal data is sent to the computer and the computer then sends the signal to the speedometer. This is the case even when the speedometer looks analog. Likely a bad speedometer is the cause if it does not move as the speed sensor is used for other functions and would trip the "check engine" light if it was bad. the speedometer is part of the instrument cluster and likely you would need to change the whole thing.
if he doesnt know how then he must not be a very good mechanic, i have a 92 Spirit, same engine and trans as your caravan, that's if your packing the 2.5L engine... the speedsensor in the back should have the speedometer built
Nope, bet it was the other way around... Your speedometer stopped working and your check engine light came on. A broken speedometer (don't know what car so I can't pinpoint it) will cause a whole bunch of codes.
The speedometer cable hooks up to the engine in a Honda Accord. This is how the vehicle is able to calculate speed.
try checking the connection between the speedometer and the engine or wheels
the speedometer on my 97 toyota camary stopped working and the check engine light came on why
It should last the life of the engine.It should last the life of the engine.
This is a problem with the speedometer, not with the engine.
Do you have check engine light? If not you have an electrical problem within the speedometer assembly.