The sensor in the differential may be bad. Also the wires going to the sensor may have rubbed against a brake line causing them to short. The sensor in mounted on top of the differential and reads the vehicle speed.
plugs into the rear differential
If your odometer/speedometer stopped working, then you must replace the "vehicle speed sensor" located on top of the differential if your have a manual transmission.
If an input output sensor has gone out, it will affect the functionality of your speedometer. If only the input sensor is affected, the speedometer will work with limited functionality. The output sensor will cease the speedometer from working completely.
You may need to replace the speedometer fuse. The speedometer cable can cause your speedometer to stop working. The speed sensor can also cause the speedometer to stop working.
There is no speedometer cable. MPH is calibrated using a speed sensor. If your speedometer is not working, you have a bad speed sensor module.
could be the speedo cable?
# 11....it controls the instrument panel....speedometer could be a seperste issue involving the speed sensor in the differential.
If the speedometer and the odometer are not working, I would suspect the VSS (vehicle speed sensor). If only the speedometer is not working I would suspect the instrument cluster has problems.
If the speedometer is not working but the odometer is, I would suspect the dash cluster is at fault. If both speedometer and odometer are not working I would suspect the speed sensor on the transmission is at fault.
If the speedometer in your Voyager is not working, you might have a problem with a disconnected cable or with the fuse to the display. You could also have an issue with a sensor.
The speed sensor in my 1998 Durango is located in the rear differential. Also has something to do with your speedometer reading ? Yes, the speedometer signal comes through the ABS computer from the rear axle speed sensor.
Either that, or the speedometer cable went bad.
If the speedometer and abs light are not working then you have a speed sensor problem. If the speedometer or odometer are not working then you will need to take it to the dealership and have them send it off for repair.
It very well could be. A faulty speed sensor located on the top of your rear differential will usually also produce an ABS light on your dash. The replacement speed sensor is around $40 .
check the fuse, the speedometer does not run off of a fuse
Is the TCM working normally and throwing no codes?
When this happened with my '00 Civic, it was a malfunctioning vehicle speed sensor (VSS). They typically fail any time after 115,000 miles. The part should be on top of the differential housing.
There is no fuse just for the speedometer. If the speedometer is not working, you may have a problem in the dash gauges cluster, or a vehicle speed sensor problem.
There is an "ABS Differential Sensor" on top of the rear differential that controls your speedometer. Napa part number UP 530778 or UP 530846. take the old one in with you to make sure you get the right one. i believe there are 2 pin and 3 pin versions. FYI, the one you replaced on the transmission is for the powertrain control module. that's the one monitored to set your shift points, and i believe, to determine weather you are at a safe speed to shift in and out of 4wd.
Possible abs sensor failure.
Could be your speed sensor on your transmission
the speed sensor is located on the side of the transmission, there is no physical cable like the older cars, the speedometer and sensor are electronic. If the speedometer is working and showing speed traveled but the trip meter (odometer) is not working, the speedometer itself is faulty, is the speedometer is not showing speed travel and the odometer is not logging miles travel, then most likely the speed sensor is dead.
Most likely a fuse blown (#8, speedo) or the vehichle speed sensor (ABS speed sensor) malfunction. Sensor is located on top of differential.