A wire going to the battery broke off, when it was reconnected the gauges and lights on the gauges start working again, however the speedometer and the tachometer did not operate.
Speedometer, Fuel Gauge, and Tachometer.
Yes, there is a fuse for this. It should be labeled INST.
rpm and speedometer gauges not working 1995 Chevy silverado 2wd
There are certain car gauges which are mandatory to have in a dashboard. These gauges are the speedometer, the temperature gauge, the fuel gauge, the tachometer, oil pressure gauge, charging system gauge, and odometer.
This often refers to a dashboard instrument panel that houses 4 large gauges. Usually two of the gauges will be Speedometer and Tachometer. The other two may some combination of Engine oil pressure, Engine Temperature, Intake vacuum, Alternator/Battery voltage, Fuel pressure, Clock, etc.
There is no fuse just for the speedometer. If the speedometer is not working, you may have a problem in the dash gauges cluster, or a vehicle speed sensor problem.
you need to replace the gauges
Its the fuse and if not its the fuse Boxs. by the cluch or brake peddle.
You'd have to change the entire gauge cluster. IE the tachometer and speedometer. The light bulb is a white light, and the gauges are colored red so in order to change the color of the gauges youd have to buy a custom made cluster. You'd have to change the entire gauge cluster. IE the tachometer and speedometer. The light bulb is a white light, and the gauges are colored red so in order to change the color of the gauges youd have to buy a custom made cluster.
Do you have check engine light? If not you have an electrical problem within the speedometer assembly.
They are called gauges. Perhaps I don't understand the question. There is a fuel gauge, which tells you how much fuel you have, or an electrical gauge, or one that gauges speed. I guess depending on the gauge there is a different name. So your speed gauge is your speedometer. Your RPM gauge is the tachometer, and so on.
it coulld have a blown fuse wich operates the instrument cluster
I believe the fuse that protects the speedometer also protects all the gauges in the dash cluster, so if that fuse was burned out all the gauges would be dead. If only the speedometer is not working I would suspect the speed sensor in the transmission to at fault, if the wiring checks okay.
Magnets are very important when driving your car. First of all, they're involved with your speedometer, tachometer, galvonometer (fuel gauge), and all the other gauges on your dash boards.
The power or ground connections to the instrument cluster could be bad. Check the fuses, then the wiring to the dash to find a common problem for the heat, gauges and speedometer.
Answer 85 Toyota PU gaugesSince the speedometer is a mechanical connection and the rest electical, about the only thing that is going to affect them all is water. Does the windshield leak. Could be just bad luck the speedometer went at the same time as the gauges, but doubtful.
Check the plastic "Molex" connector at the firewall. Disconnect and reconnect. Same thing happened on my 1894 Maxima; could drive the car but the tachometer and other gauges stopped working.
Both of these run off systems using electrical pulse from the engine/transmission. It is common for the ground from the gauges to separate from other grounds and grounded together in the dash and to the engine block. Check this grounding system.
Your speedometer may have failed, or the speedometer cable that connects to the transmission, or the plastic gear in the transmission may be broken.
The entire dash electrical pod as an assembly may be loose . I would take it out and inspect it and the contacts where it plugs in.
If the odometer has failed, does the speedometer still work? They are both driven by a cable which spins. If the speedometer is still working, than the odometer has jammed. Probably a dealer fix.
Fuel, Temp, and Speedometer