If all 4 wheels are on the ground yes, I think tho if its 2wd and the two wheels that move the vehicle are off the ground them it doesnt' call your local chevy dealer, they'll know for sure, I could be totally wrong
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The speedometer cable mechanically drives the speedometer and the odometer
Remove the instrument cluster assembly. Refer to Instrument Cluster Replacement .
Unhook the speedometer cable from the heater case.
Remove the grommet from the bulkhead.
Feed the speedometer cable through the bulkhead.
Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information.
Unscrew the speedometer cable (1) from either the transfer case or the transmission.
Remove the speedometer cable (1) from either the transfer case or the transmission.
Remove the speedometer cable (1) from the clamp.
Remove the speedometer cable (1) from the vehicle.
if the odometer is working then the problem is with the speedometer head unit as the odometer gets its information from the same source as the speedometer. you can have the speedometer head checked and fixed if its fixable.
Normally you need to replace the speedometer. Is it driven by a cable or is it electric/digital? There are suppliers that provide speedometers with miles and kilometers both available as a option, such as one bought in Germany to American specs purchased in Germany for reshipment to US, commonly available in instances where a tourist want a car to pick up in Germany, drive for awhile, the ship back to US.
These vehicles use an electronic speedometer with a sending unit in the transaxle generally. The problem could be the sending unit which is usually mecanically gear-driven, the wiring from the sending unit to the speedometer, or the speedometer cluster itself. Depending on your tools, you may be able to test the sending unit at home and there may be a testing procedure in the factory service manuals if you can locate or borrow a copy.
Original tire Sidewall: 4.73 in Radius: 11.73 in Diameter: 23.47 in Circumf: 73.73 in Revs/mile: 859.37 New Tire Sidewall: 4.37 in Radius: 11.87 in Diameter: 23.74 in Circumf: 74.58 in Revs/mile: 849.54
Speedometer reading with new tire is 1.16% too slow. When your speedometer is reading 60mph you are actually traveling 60.69mph.
this sounds like a bad speedometer cluster, you stated everything else works so i assume the speedometer is working and just the odometer and trip stopped working and so the speedometer will need replacing. good day.
Your speedometer sensor is on the rear tail shaft of the transmission. This is defective or the wires to it has melted on the exhaust system. If your odometer is racking up the miles with no speedometer then the speedometer in the dash is defective.