Check the fuses near the drivers left foot
it sure would work.. behind the dashboard are plugs for each function. one for tachometer, one for speedometer, fuel, water temp. ect.. if your new dash doesn't have a tachometer it will not interfere with the speedomet aspect of it. but you will not have a tach obviously. that sucks kid
fuse to the dash gone ???
check the fuses.
its probably a blown fuse or relay
you need a new onr they do this occasionally and then need to be replaced
I'm not sure about the speedometer, but if the tach is not working a good bet would be the tach filter. With age, a wire often breaks off on these. Look in one of the service manuals to find location. The speedometer may have a similar sensor, but I'm not certain. Thanks! I will check out the book ASAP. Appreciate your answering.
There are several things that can cause your engine to misfire and the tachometer to not work properly. The most common cause is a malfunctioning vacuum hose.
The 240sx does not use a speedometer cable. It is electronic. The VSS (vehicle speed sensor) is located on the transmission. It sends pulses.AnswerI removed my entire guage cluster and never saw a cable, it was all electronic. not sure if that's where the cable would be, but that's what i found, just three plugs coming out of the cluster.
Its going bad.
sounds like a broken speedometer cable.
Loose wiring behind the dash.. Pull the cluster and check the wiring or check with the dealer they know about this problem and they may have issued a recall. Hope this helps
If it's an electronic (analog) speedometer needle, you probably have a problem with the dasboard grounding.
The gears in the speedometer are stripped. If the odometer is working then you have input.
TCM Malfunction, And/Or Speedometer Sensor Malfunction.
i would have to bet on the speed sensor
I would say the mechanic didn't re-install the tachometer wire ,whereever it goes on this motor,which I don't know. I would say the mechanic didn't re-install the tachometer wire ,whereever it goes on this motor,which I don't know.
A failed instrument cluster.
The speedometer on a 1996 Honda Accord EX is the pulse variety. It is likely that the teeth on the speedometer gear are not meshing properly.
try checking out your circuitry and looking for a break.... a little solder should do the trick.... hope that helps
One of your vacuum lines has come loose or is broken. Check all the lines and repair the broken line or replace it back on the nipple that it came off of.
If the speedometer continues to work - probably a broken gear etc. in speedometer head and probably will have to be replaced. If speedometer does not work -- probably a broken speedometer cable
i have herd anything from output speed senser to bad ground even a bad volt reg,in the altinator...got the same thing goin on in a winnabago,,good luck , im still stumped
The entire dash electrical pod as an assembly may be loose . I would take it out and inspect it and the contacts where it plugs in.