I have the same make and year truck and guess what -- It has done the same thing. The answer is no. You have to replace the whole thing. If you are lucky you might find a good used in the price range of $150.00 to $250.00. Then you still have to pay someone to install. Or you can go to dealership and pay about $ 500.00 to $600.00. Good luck.
insure it then burn it. insure it then burn it.
The problem is in the instrument cluster. It needs to be checked out. This is a very common problem with these cars as they age. I have seen a number of them where the odometer was blank and/or working intermittently together with the tachometer. The only reliable solution is to get a new one from a dealer. not trying to make anybody mad but i have the same problem if you take out the cluster then pull off the cardboard from the back there is a small blue resistor it will have a burnt spot where they are you or some one you know could clean it and re solder the contacts i did it and it worked great now hardly any cost to you
The problem is in the instrument cluster. It needs to be checked out. This is a very common problem with these cars as they age. I have seen a number of them where the odometer was blank and/or working intermittently together with the tachometer. The only reliable solution is to get a new one from a dealer. not trying to make anybody mad but i have the same problem if you take out the cluster then pull off the cardboard from the back there is a small blue resistor it will have a burnt spot where they are you or some one you know could clean it and re solder the contacts i did it and it worked great now hardly any cost to you i hope this works for you Robert
No, there is no connection between losing transmission fluid and the speed odometer not working. My mother's car lost all of it's transmission fluid but the odometer still worked.
on my windstar speedo only worked when it wanted to I replaced the speedo head 2 years later still works great
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The floor of it is gone, so when you look down into it you see the basement level. It is repaired often and worked on constantly.
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Most odometers are connected to the transmission, the cable may have worked free on the trans or behind the dash.Its could be a bad fuse. Try replacing the fuse first before moving onto more expensive fixes.
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Service light reset is as follows:-1. Press and Hold the Odometer knob in2. Turn the ignition on (do not start the car though)3. Turn the odometer knob to the right and hold for about 5 secs.4. Release odometer knob and switch ignition off.5. Start car, Service indicator should now be gone.cheers for the info worked first time probably saved me a few quid putting the car to a dealers.ta much!this worked on a 2000 modal with out a problem
"you push the Trip Odometer button until the total miles (not trip miles) is displayed. Then turn off the car and hold the Odometer/Trip Odometer select button donw while you push the Power Button twice to get to Ignition On and continue holding the Odometer/Trip Odometer for five additional seconds."In the case of our 2010 RAV4, a mobile mechanic in orange county, ca was reseting for me today the odometer had to be in the "trip A" not the ODO vehicle miles displayed,tried it three times with the ODO displaying total miles and it would not reset, then did the same procedure but had the ODO in trip "A" and it worked first time perfectly.You will know it worked because the "maint" light will flash and then go out, shut off the ignition and start the car to confirm it has reset (the "maint" light will go out after starting the car).
Ok, I went to the mechanic and he told me he had replaced a contact that makes sure a valve in the carburetor closes. The contact worked intermittently so hence the problems. (I live abroad and don't master the language quite yet. I think this is what he explaine d me).
Check the washer fluid pickup screen and/or pump.
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# Turn your ignition to the ON position # Press the Odometer reset button until the Trip A is displayed # Turn the ignition to OFF # Press and hold the Odometer # Turn the ignition back to ON # Hold the Odometer reset button until the odometer reads 000000 (it will count down from ------ to ----- to ---- etc) The Maint Reqd light should turn off at this time # Turn the ignition back off # If you want to verify that it worked, just turn the ignition back on This does not work on a 2006 Camry. Instead of Trip A, use the odometer display and follow the rest of the instructions.
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u can fix it either send it to Germany to be repaired or turn it off at the plug to stop it overheating overnight i did it and it worked
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You have either a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Serious engine dame will occur if this is not repaired. Do not drive the vehicle in until it is repaired. If you have an oil cooler line in the radiator, it could be the radiator. Otherwise, it's probably a head gasket.
His family had a farm so he worked there but didn't really care for it. He liked tinkering with watches and repaired watches was probably his first real job.
Aviva rental and tech services worked for me, and should for you, too. I think it isn't worth trying to repair, but if you like your television, then repair it.