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1999 Alero speedometer fuse

Where can I find the fuse for the 1999 Alero and how is it marked?
My speedo is sitting at 140+ and wont operate

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If it is setting at 140 MPH the fuse is not the problem, the speedo is, pull it out and send it to an authorized GM electronics repair station.

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