? The speedometer cable attaches to the transmission, not the engine. Please try again with more info.
Yes , although you will have to top up the engine oil level ( or prefill the new engine oil filter ) * assuming you haven't put the required amount of oil in the engine already *
When you changed the Radiator did you flush the engine to remove the transmission fluid that the already mixed with your water in the engine block. If not that would explain the presence of the fluid in the coolant holding tank.
Does the speedometer work? Sounds like the electrical connector from the transmission to the PCM is either not plugged in correctly or at all.
for the check engine light go to autozone and they will diagnose your engine for free as for the speedometer you will proobably have to replace the speed sensor
There is no point in changing it.
check your speedometer sensor located back left of engine bay on top of the transmission
Nope, bet it was the other way around... Your speedometer stopped working and your check engine light came on. A broken speedometer (don't know what car so I can't pinpoint it) will cause a whole bunch of codes.
try changing the spark plug wires also
The speedometer cable hooks up to the engine in a Honda Accord. This is how the vehicle is able to calculate speed.
try checking the connection between the speedometer and the engine or wheels
the speedometer on my 97 toyota camary stopped working and the check engine light came on why
It depends on what Fiero SE you own. There are two types. The earlier SE models, '84-'86, used a 85 mph speedometer for the four cylinder engine. It would not be until the '87 V6 model that the SE cars received the 120 mph "GT", as it's called, speedometer assembly. If you already have a 120 mph speedometer in your Fiero SE, it will work just fine. If it's the 85 mph speedometer, it will not, and would read incorrectly until you perform the necessary modifications to make it act like a 120 mph speedometer should.
This is a problem with the speedometer, not with the engine.
Do you have check engine light? If not you have an electrical problem within the speedometer assembly.
It goes from you speedometer down you engine bay to the transfer case (if that's a 4X4) or into your transmission (4X2)
The speedometer may cut off and they engine may splutter due to the Glow Plug Relay. It could also be the water temperature sensor.
The speedometer sensor on a 2003 Chevy Tahoe Z71 is located in the engine compartment. It is on the transfer case.
Have electronic vehicle speed sensor in transmission checked out. It will cause loss of speedometer function and set a fault code(check engine light).
The speedometer is required by law. The Tachometer is a good idea as it indicated the engine speed in RPM (revolutions per minute) and allows you to monitor the engine in a very quiet car or over modern stereos.
Is it a 12 valve engine or 24 valve? What do you mean by speedometer sensor? Do you mean Vehicle speed sensor? If so why do you want to change that?
It will affect the speedometer but the tachometer will still be accurate.
Look on your dash inside of your car. Next to your speedometer will be your tachometer. if it is on anything but zero, your engine is running.
The check engine light only comes on for something that affects emissions
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