Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
When this happens all the needles go to zero, the car still runs and everything. but if freaks me out a bit, wts up with that
Have a OBD code test run, this may be a vehicle speed sensor problem, if it is the sensor will set a code in the computer. If it is not the sensor then the speedometer has a circuit board fault.
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you exceed the limits of the odometer, in this case by driving one million
miles, the odometer will start again at zero. Before the 6 digit odometers
became common, you would see many cars that were over 100,000 miles and the
odometer had "turned over". Million mile odometers were not common
until the early 90's, so you will still see cars with the 5 digit odometer!
If there are any problem in your odometer, you can
fix it by the a Odometer Correction Tool
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