Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
You have two sensors on the engine that send a signal to the computer, speedo, and tach. If just one of these sensors goes bad your speedometer and tachometer can just stop working. Check if these sensors are blocked or if broken then replace.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
If the speedo isn't working properly, the first thing to check is the output speed sensor wires on the rear right side (near the bar code) of the tranny case. Follow the wires and make sure it hasn't been cut, pinched or shorted.
If all is well there, take the output speed sensor off. Watch out cause you'll get wet with tranny fluid (Dexron 6). (Be ready to plug it up.) If there are no metal chips or debris on the magnet inside, check it with an ohmeter on the two pins to see what the reading is. It should be around 6 to 10 ohms. If it's not steady, get a new one. Make sure the pins are clean on the connectors.
Apply some white or build grease around the shaft and "O" ring and re-install. Don't overtighten. The bolt is a "tap-tite" and should need only about 5 or 6 ft/lbs torque. (Run it in and give the bolt a quarter turn.)
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Its probably your speed sensor mounted on the back side of your transmission on top of the final drive gear. Its the sensor/plug located just under the shift linkage. Make sure its bolted down tight and check for any loose connections.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Same exact issue with 99 Windstar...is it the alternator, contacts in cluster or what. Checked the fuse and all was good. Anyone have any ideas?
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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