My camry had the same problem only it would stop around the 80 mark and only slowly go up. you can't see it from the drivers position but the speedo needle has actually bent out towards the clear plastic cover and it gets stuck on this. the only way i could fix it was to pull it out and bend the needle back. i hope this helps
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I noticed that many of the dial needles are bent from the heat.
Because the plastic face of the instruments is angled back when it reaches towards the 100km mark the needle touches the plastic and cant go any further.
I used a bent paperclip and a stick and put the paper clip though the tripmeter hole and used it to push the needle back. Its best to do this in summer when the interior gets more hotter and it will slightly bend the spedo needle back.