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Speedo bounces 1994 Toyota Scepter (Camry). Speedo sits on 0, when I drive over a bump or ease off the gas it bounces up to correct speed. Re-accellerate and it goes back to 0. Is it electrical or other?

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Yes is elctrical . a small part on the side of the transmision caled speed sensor sending unit replace it

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