Yes. It will work without any modifications. However, local laws may prevent you from being able to do this legally. If the odometer is built into the speedometer, the new odometer must read equal to or higher mileage than the odometer you are removing. Not following such laws may result in fraud charges if you decide to sell the car in the future.
According to the owners manual, the Windstar is happy with plain 87 octane. Anything higher is not necessary, and doesn't improve performance or mileage.
check the wires to the speed sensor at the trans at under the dash. if 1 is unhooked the speedometer will not work and it will only shift from 1'st to 2'nd if you manualy shift it, but it will not go any higher than 2'nd. this is a safety feature to prevent odometer tampering.
there is a speed sensor on the rear of the tranny which puts out a pulse to the ecm this is converted to dc current to drive the speedometer faster the speed more pulses more pulses the higher the dc the higher the dc the faster the speed display
Lower gears in the rear end means that the wheels will turn more than expected for a given gear and engine rpm, so the odometer will read higher than it should.
it is quick designs are more accurate higher standard
Why does the speedometer on my 1998 cavalier drop a few MPH after some occasional shifts to higher gear? I.E. 3rd to 4th gear, speedometer would drop from 35 to 30 mph, without the vehicle speed changing, then go back up to vehicle speed.
The standard, highest price of a 1999 Ford Windstar Passenger Minivan is around $2,037. The value, of course, decreases substantially. However, you will most likely be able to sell this car for a higher value.
slightly bigger tires
A hair over 78 mph (78.125).
A chronometer measures time. Generally, only a clock that is extremely accurate would be called a chronometer. It parcels counts based on a standard increment of time, and typically "counts up" to higher and higher values. This can either be a counter scale like with the odometer of an automobile, or (mostly commonly) hour, minute, and second hands. It is almost always a precision mechanical device, rather than all-electric or atomic. it's a watch
Recommended size is 14" to 15". You can go higher to 16" but not recommeded. Note that when you go for bigger rim, the profile must be adjusted accordingly so that the speedometer stay the same. Otherwise the speed recorded in the speedometer is incorrect.
An automatically measurement has a higher precision than a manually measurement.
Higher-priced watches, more often than not, have a better, more accurate timekeeping mechanism or at least have a better crystal.
If the object is freely falling near the surface of the earth, then the reading on the speedometer is always 9.8 meters per second (32.2 feet per second) higher than it was one second earlier. That number is called the "acceleration of gravity on earth", and your speedometer is a great way to explain it !
How long have you had the Jeep? If you bought it and the title says a higher number than the odometer says, then someone turned it back to make it look like it has less wear & tear on it. That will actually totally screw up the title. I believe (at least in GA), you can only get a salvage title if that happens. I'm pretty sure no automaker creates vehicles where the odometer can go back without someone breaking in to it
You need to replace or clean the ERG valve. This will help with your milage too.
YOUR SPEED SENCER IS STARTING TO GO its located on the side of your transmission
It depends on the accuracy of your GPS. An accurate GPS can give you the exact coordinates of your location in the world. For the most part, the higher the cost of a GPS, the more accurate it is.
A higher sample size gives more accurate results.
very close or spot on <><><> In science, it is important to distinguish between the terms accurate and precise. Precise is related to how detailed a description or measurement is, while accurate is how much it can be trusted. For example, a scale may tell you your weight is 123.45678 lbs., but it is only accurate to within a pound so you know your accurate weight is 123 although the precision of the scale is much higher.
First off I am assuming the larger tires and wheels fit with adequate clearance. The 15" tires are likely taller than the 14" tires, that means they have a larger circumference, thus a longer rolling distance. It will make the car sit slightly higher. Most likely the biggest difference will be that the speedometer and odometer will read incorrectly, I don't know just how much.
the speed sensor is on the transmission and should have three wires going to it. red is 12+, black is ground and white is the speed signal going to the speedometer. this signal is a 12+ square wave pulse which is counted and converted to miles. one method is to place bike on a block and let it idle in fifth gear but this will take awhile depending on how many miles you need to add. another way is to get a signal generator and hook up to the white wire from the speed sensor with it removed from the connector. adjust the out put for a 12+ pulse if you generator will go that high, if not crank it as high as it will go and hopefull the speedometer will count it. turn on the ignition, engine off, and adjust the square wave output frequency until the speedometer will register, higher mph-the quicker the miles. if it sets a speedometer code, do not worry, it can be erased after you are through.
dno sry. . . . i guess It's quicker . Designs are more accurate. . Higher standard.
A higher sample size gives more accurate results.