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check the fuse
There's the Bifocals, Glass Armonica, Odometer, and the Lighting rod
The odometer is electronic, there is a plug in on the back of the speedometer, however the plugin for the odometer also may power other controls, so this may not be a good idea. I dont know why your trying to stop the odometer but your out of luck the computer keeps track of your information your odometer is just a read out like a monitor
Ben Franklin invented the Lighting Rod,Bifocals,Frankiln Stove,Carriage Odometer and the Glass Armonica.
Odometer Fuse Box RelationshipThat depends on the type of odometer. For example, a mechanical odometer which is driven by a mechanical cable will NOT have any connection to the fuse box OTHER than for lighting, IF the odometer has a light inside of it.On the other hand, if the odometer is of the digital electronic type, it will, in a remote manner, be connected to a fuse which is usually a fuse designated for the "Instrument Panel." In this case, the digital odometer is usually built into/on the Instrument Panel Printed Circuit Board [PCB], and thus will be connected to the fuse box via the PCB wiring harness.
Among other things: bifocals, the lightening rod, the Franklin stove, and the odometer. Even though he had more, he was very famous. he was a great man.
The odometer light fuse also controls other lights on your instrument panel. The odometer light can be removed by removing the instrument panel cover. Push the light bulb in and turn at the same time. The light bulb will come out. Replace it with a new light bulb.
SAE 5w-20 any major brand. Use High Mileage oil if the vehicle has over 100,000 miles on the odometer.
I've recently put my car in for a service with the same problem and they actually hve to remove the whole dashboard to replace the light globe for the odometer reading. so it probably needs 2 go 2 the shop sorry m8
# Turn your car on -- make sure you are see the odometer -- not the "trip meter" but the actual mileage odometer. # Turn your car off. press the odometer button down, while you turn your car on. The numbers will turn into "--" one by one until all gone. Then it is reset.
The trip opometer can be reset and doesn't change the odometer. The trip opometer can be reset and doesn't change the odometer. An odometer is a continual counter of distance and a trip odometer measures from point A to B and can be reset.
There is not an odometer cable. The odometer is driven by the speedometer. If the odometer is not working then you will have to replace the speedometer head.
where can i get free odometer readings?
If the speedometer works but the odometer does not, the odometer has failed.
AnswerMy van was doing the same thing, dealer found leaking fluid from the brake master cylinder in the wiring harness just below the cylinder. New cylinder no more blown fuses
You cannot reset the odometer in your car, however you can reset your trip odometer.
You can only restart the trip odometer. There usually is a button on the instrument cluster that brings up the trip odometer or the regular odometer. Once you have the trip odometer showing just hold down that button for a few seconds and it will reset the trip odometer back to zero.
Because your odometer, or something connecting the odometer to the battery, is broken. Most likely the odometer is the problem if the rest of your dashboard is working fine.
My speedometer works and the odometer does not because there is a plastic gear in the odometer that is broken.
The Trip Odometer is normally reset by pushing and holding the reset button in. The odometer can not be reset.
There is no odometer/speedometer cable in that vehicle. The odometer/speedometer is electronic.
What year is it? If it's a 97-04 Regal, the problem lies withing the instrument panel board and must be refurbished. DO NOT try to replace the odometer or get a whole new one. You will lose mileage information. I repair instrument panels and I'm willing to help you, contact me at ANCTechnologies at Hotmail.com
The odometer indicates the distance traveled by a vehicle.
An odometer indicates distance travelled by a vehicle.