It is the cluster I had to have my replaced at 40,000. miles . I think they got ahold of some bad ones.
Small stepper motor that controls speedometer needle position has a cracked gear in it.
Yes it is true about the steeper motors, Each gauge has a stepper motor in the back
I had the same problem in my car. I found a website where I had my cluster rebuild for $140. That's a lot cheaper than the $750 that the dealer wanted to replace the speedometer. Here is the address incase you wanna check it out: www.speedometergaugerepair.com
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Due to the nature of the problem 'irregular speedometer' it has to be repaired by a licensed mechanic.
Replace your speedometer sensor. I just had mine replaced in my '04 Impala. The sensor tells the tranny when to shift. It's located right in front of the transmission.
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.
To fix the inoperative speedometer you will need to replace the speed sensor. It is located on the side of transmission and has 2 wires coming out of it.
First remove item from dash then remove speedometer from cluster, and then look for seam where speedometer comes a part and then disassemble from front to back keeping all items in order
What year is your Impala? 2001
the cap should have a measuring tab on it ===hot and cold readings
I have an 05 impala and had problems with the speedometer and fuel gauge. The only way to fix it was to replace the whole instrument cluster. Pretty easy to do, only took about 45 minutes.
Stepper motor for speedometer has a broken gear in it, causing unpredictable operation. If the odometer is still working, then the speed sensor is OK. Instrument cluster needs repair.
NO. It is illegal, can cause low power and poor fuel economy as the computer tries to adjust for the improper readings from the O2 sensors.
The factory shop manuals have the wiring diagrams for everything in the 64 Impala. Carl King http://www.classiccarauto.com The only "wiring" to a trans in a 64 impala would be the neutral safety switch and the back up lights. it's not an electronic solenoid type transmission and the speedometer is a mechanical drive.
turn the dimmer up. Its the knob all the way to the left. Just try it. I thought I had the same problem when I first got it.
the promblem is the oil pump.
While the ignition is in the ON position, follow this sequence:Turn your headlights to the parking position and then OFF 3x's.
My 2003 impala has a button for the hour and minute on either side of the tune/display knob, just push the hour (HR) button for a second or 2 and it will start changing the hour, then adjust the minutes with the minute (MN) button.
I have never heard of them damaging a transmission, but it will possibly add a little extra strain to it. It could also throw off your speedometer and gas mileage.
The collective nouns for impala are a herd of impala or a couple of impala, whichever is applicable to the circumstances.
it is most likely a burnt out fuse, or the whole instrument cluster is shot. that happened to my 2002 impala. all gauges froze, and nothing worked. I would check the fuse first before replacing the entire cluster. Best of luck
You will need to call the dealership and give them the tire size,differential gear ratio, and the type of transmission. From that information they can give you the correct gear.
No. It 'rolls over' to 0 from 99,999.9. Unlike most cars of the era it is an analog electric signal fed speedometer, most used a mechanical spinning wire in a sheath.
Yes, an impala is a ruminant
Yes, an impala is an ruminant
No an Impala is like a deer.
An Impala is an herbivore.