The problem is in the instrument cluster. It needs to be checked out.
This is a very common problem with these cars as they age. I have seen a number of them where the odometer was blank and/or working intermittently together with the tachometer. The only reliable solution is to get a new one from a dealer.
not trying to make anybody mad but i have the same problem if you take out the cluster then pull off the cardboard from the back there is a small blue resistor it will have a burnt spot where they are you or some one you know could clean it and re solder the contacts i did it and it worked great now hardly any cost to you i hope this works for you Robert
If the digital odometer is not displaying its readout or is working intermittently it is a common occurrence that there is a bad solder connection on the instrument cluster.When the digital odometer is not displaying its readout or the digital odometer displays intermittently this problem is frequently reported along with the vehicles tachometer not displaying any readout or working on an intermittent basis as well.The link below shows the steps to repair a bad solder joint on an instrument cluster. It is fully illustrated and not too difficult, took me about an hour from start to finish.http://members.cox.net/dpeters30/97_sebring_dash.htm
Not with out the equipment and knowledge to rewrite the computer programming.
I was told it was a bad BCM. Whatever that is? A BCM stands for Body control Module. It controls the guages. Try partsgeek.com for an inexpensive one. I dont know about installation, but you could take the part and your vehicle to your mechanic to have it installed and still saved money.
If the speedometer works, but the odometer is not working, there could be a fuse blown if the odometer is digital. If the odometer is not digital, then a gear is broken in the speedometer cable. It should be replaced.
no, it runs when the car does.
Its not illegal to change the digital odometer on a car. Any digital odometer can be program. I can program a digital odometer from the oldest to the newest cars. Some cars I need to have them with me, but most can be sent over the mail. Go to usaodo.com. All cars have either an eeprom or a microcontroller that saves it in memory. You only need to know how to program the chip or the processor and what memory to change, what to change it to. Its not cheap equipment and software, but to have it done is cheap. Changing a digital odometer is not illegal, making profit off of it or not disclosing that it has been changed is illegal. I'm pretty sure that's illegal
There is no fuse for the odometer on any car. The odometer (digital) is driven off a circuit board that is part of the instrument panel.
On the 1998 Corvette, the odometer is digital. It should show up digitally right under the speedometer.
Yes but you might have to get the bcm off the car you are taking the dash out of. I have a 91 Lebaron convertible that came from factory with the digital dash.
Generally on a digital odometer the mileage is stored in an eeprom chip, this chip can be reprogrammed provided you have the right tools. However you should be able to take your odometer cluster out and disassemble it to get to the eeprom chip - not an easy task for everybody. Many Companies will also "recalibrate" your odometer and charge a fee for the service. Machines and reprogrammers for doing this are available in China at various prices. It goes without saying that reprogramming a digital odometer is illegal in most, but not all cases.
You need to let us know if it has a digital readout, or if it has the traditional mechanical odometer.
NOT! It is illegal to tamper with an odometer.
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You can't. Besides, it's against the law to tamper with the odometer.
I have a 2001 Dodge Stratus Coupe V6 and mine is a digital odometer located right under the speedometer.
It is not clear from your question whether the odometer is mechanical or digital. If it is digital, this is likely the beginning symptoms of a cracked solder joint on the circuit board that provides power and mileage information to the odometer display. See the discussion of the problem and options for repair at http://www.odometer-repair.com .
You can not as it is a computer chip. Also, it is against the law to defraud.
Yes there is. It is digital, and seen next to the odometer reading.
Mostly all the vehicles that I have worked on with a digital odometer cannot be lowered. Their is an actual manual odometer that reads to the engine computer that sends digital readout to the odometer, that cannot be reset or changed if you were to try to it would disable the vehicle and would need to be taken to the manufacturer garage for service to reset computer but would still give old odometer reading. If the computer were to come out of another car the odometer still wouldn't change. Government is very very strict with odometers these days. I disagree with above that digital odometers "can't" be tampered with, indeed they can provided the right hardware/software is available, many digital odometers can be manipulated through a connection made on the cars diagnostic plug or through connections made to the instrument panel cluster. A search of the internet will show up many companies that sell hardware/software to do digital odometers
Odometer Fuse Box RelationshipThat depends on the type of odometer. For example, a mechanical odometer which is driven by a mechanical cable will NOT have any connection to the fuse box OTHER than for lighting, IF the odometer has a light inside of it.On the other hand, if the odometer is of the digital electronic type, it will, in a remote manner, be connected to a fuse which is usually a fuse designated for the "Instrument Panel." In this case, the digital odometer is usually built into/on the Instrument Panel Printed Circuit Board [PCB], and thus will be connected to the fuse box via the PCB wiring harness.
up to 99,999 on the digital counter
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It is highly unlikely that a digital odometer would show a one in front of the correct mileage. It sounds like someone is trying to sell you a car and tell you it has less mileage than it really does.