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check to see if vehicle speed sensor is bad. it will show up on computer scan that can be done at autozone for free.

2006-09-29 04:50:26
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Q: Why does the speedometer gage jump up at higher speeds but the odometer still is accurate on my 1996 Ford Wind-star Van?
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