the speedometer on my 97 toyota camary stopped working and the check engine light came on why
There are a few reasons that could cause the speedometer to stop working on your Toyota Camry. If the mileage is still working then the speedometer cable end is damaged. If both the odometer and speedometer do not work then the cable is most likely broken.
If the speedometer doesn't work either, then the cable broke or came loose. Otherwise, the gears in the odometer broke.
The odometer is electronic, there is a plug in on the back of the speedometer, however the plugin for the odometer also may power other controls, so this may not be a good idea. I dont know why your trying to stop the odometer but your out of luck the computer keeps track of your information your odometer is just a read out like a monitor
Most likely because your speedometer cable is broken. If I find the guide for removing the instrument cluster, I'll post it here.
The best way is to buy a book on your model and see if you can do it. Then! Ask again on this sight for help when you feel confident that you know what your doing to repair the speedometer.
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my cable was damaged during the snow storm. Does it go to the front wheel or back. Thank you
Just took my 1996 Camry to the Toyota dealership, my odometer was clicking off 1.6 miles for every road mile. I was informed that my speedometer was reading 70mph and actual was 67 mph (not bad). The fix is a $500 odometer cluster per the dealership. It is the 2nd one the dealership has a record of going bad. It is not a high failure part. Consider yourself one of the lucky folks that may end up withh a million mile Camry.
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This happend on one of my cares. It was just a cable that needed to be changed under the hood. I am sure anyone at napa or autozone can help you out.
First of all, it is illegal to do so. Secondly, the only way is to disconect the speedo sender, which obviously also stops the speedo so you wont know how fast you are travelling, but that will stop the odometer.
No speedometer cable, it is electronically controlled from transmission.
You can get a speedometer cable for your 1990 Toyota pickup truck at most auto-parts stores. Many Toyota dealerships have auto part departments open to the public.
Hello, If I'm not mistaken, there speedometers on 1994 Toyota pickups rely on a mechanical cable connected to the speedometer on one end and the transmission on the other. A plastic gear in the transmission spins the cable. The cable can fray causing it to fail and the gear inside the transmission can also lose a tooth or two with time and wear. Good luck! Hello on my 1994 Toyota I do have a sensor on the the transmission which supplies an input to the odometer and speedometer. In my case my odometer is indicating the mileage but not my vehicles speed. I am now checking the foil circuit board as the speedometer does not look accessible. The 1994 is electronic the with a speed sensor on the transmission that sends pulses to the speedometer. If the Odometer is working then the sensor on the transmission is more than likely functioning correctly. These trucks are pretty notorious for this issue and usually it can be fixed by pulling the cluster apart, replacing the capacitors, fixing the circuit board if there has been any shorts and giving it a good cleaning. There are companies you can send the cluster off to and they will repair the circuit, test and send back to you.
The speedometer on a Toyota Carena allows the driver to accurate determine how fast they are traveling. This is vital for both safety and staying within established traffic laws.
The 95 Camry does not have a mechanical speedometer cable. There is a speed sensor located on the top of the transmission that is connected by wire to the speedometer.
You may need to replace the speedometer fuse. The speedometer cable can cause your speedometer to stop working. The speed sensor can also cause the speedometer to stop working.
The "trip odometer" on the dashboard doubles as a dimmer. So, the solution to no lights inside the Toyota Sienna is to turn the trip odometer up to turn the lights back on.
Turn the stem for the odometer reset
To change the speedometer cable on a 1990 Toyota truck, disconnect the cable, feeding it through the grommet, then disconnect it from the transmission. The process can then be reversed with the new cable.
If the speedo stops also, it is the speed sensor. If just the odometer, take it to a speedo shop.