When those things on my 92 B250 did not work, I replaced the speed sensor located on the transmission tailshaft and that fixed the problems. Hope that helped! Mark When the speedometer and odometer did not work in my 1990 B250, I had to replace the speed sensor, instrument cluster (speedometer) and replace a tiny gear (odometer) in order to get them working properly
That depends on the year, make, and model. Most newer cars do not have a dedicated speedometer or odometer wire. The speed sensors are also used for shift timing. If it as old enough vehicle that has a dedicated speed sensor the speedometer and cruise would also not work. Some vehicles, such as 1998 on up Dodge trucks, use the abs sensors for the speedometer and odometer.
it usually is the gear in the transmission Could be the vehicle speed sensor.
You can not legally.
you can go to speedometer and out of speedometer
I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus Coupe V6 and mine is a digital odometer located right under the speedometer.
ABS and brake lights on dash will be on. Speedometer and cruise will be inoperative.ABS and brake lights on dash will be on. Speedometer and cruise will be inoperative.
The odometer has failed.
often times a rough idle can occur, in addition the speedometer and cruise control will not work.
If a person recently changed the speed sensor in a 1990 Dodge B-250 Van and the trip meter and odometer do not work, there could be a fuse that needs to be replaced. The computer might also have to be reset to allow for the odometer and trip meter to work.
The speedometer signal comes from the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
I have the same problem on an '89 Dodge Dynasty. I am told that the odometer and speedometer in my car are driven by separate cables and that I simply need a new cable for my odometer to function properly again. I have not verified this information, but it might get you on track.