Why doesnt your speedometer work on a 02 Mits Galant
The VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) is probably bad. Also check the fuses.
2004 Chevy trailblazer is reading wrong passed 120mph
it doesn't work!!
This question is very wide. But, I would suspect the speed sensor.
Need to figure out what's wrong with them, first.
Check for a blown fuse.
I think there is some kind of speed sensor attached to the transmission. Probably a bad conection, a true Chevy trait. VBdenny
You start by identifying what's wrong with it. Chances are, it's going to be something you'll simply replace.
Speedometer gives a wrong reading for Yukon XL 2003?
The speedometer is not working. When the speedometer gets to 65 mph I set the cruise control.
I have the same problem replaced speedometer clurstor got one out of wrecking took awhile to find one that worked ps you chang the sensor on the transimission . hopes this hepls
not quit positive
Broken tooth in speedometer head. Replace speedometer head
My speedometer works and the odometer does not because there is a plastic gear in the odometer that is broken.
Yes, tires that are larger or smaller in diameter than original factory size will cause a car's speedometer to be wrong.
If speedometer itself is working then gears inside the assembly are damaged.
whats wrong with it?
that depends what is wrong with it
wrong size fuse. wire from fuse to rear defrosted damaged and shorting to the body. wire at actual window shorting to body.
i have a 91s10 4.3 auto and mine is not working either im going to change the vehicle speed sensor on trans and see if that works
Depends on what's wrong with the speedometer. Try re-soldering the contacts on the mainboard behind the instrument panel.
check if it has a speedometer cable if not the speed sensor needs to be replaced
The speed should read fine with a GM speedometer, as the 110 and 150 are calibrated to go into the same cars with the same transmissions.
Not overly familiar with the Lumina, but you might have accidentaly disconected them at the bus, or the CD player could be drawing to much power(unlikely)
It's normal. But no... it is not wrong at all.