They would be shorter and that would affect speedometer accuracy.They would be shorter and that would affect speedometer accuracy.
Different heights of tire will change the speedometer reading.
It will affect the speedometer but the tachometer will still be accurate.
Yes, but only if you have modified the tire diameter.
A bad wheel speed sensor can affect the speedo.
If an input output sensor has gone out, it will affect the functionality of your speedometer. If only the input sensor is affected, the speedometer will work with limited functionality. The output sensor will cease the speedometer from working completely.
Certain fumes can affect all people. Ammonia fumes, for example, will affect everyone.
Putting on any different height tire will affect the speedometer somehow.
There are several things that one needs to take into consideration when switching from 17 to 26 inch wheels. The biggest thing to understand is that making this switch will have an affect on the speedometer by causing the speedometer to not have an accurate reading of your speed.
no it does not.
Yes. Engine, Trans, and ABS have an affect on the speedo reading.