Question about 1987 Ford Bronco
Was wondering if anyone has changed a speed sesnor was going to change cable but attched end to drill and the oddometer/trip works the end of the cable to tranny is still square but the opening is speed sensor is rounded should I swap it out.
I used a couple broken off tooth picks shoved in and they worked for years
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Aug 22, 2015 | Cars & Trucks
Ensure that you haven't recently changed to larger tires, changed your transmission or gotten involved in a rear-end crash, as these factors can all contribute to speedometer problems.
Check the gear at the transmission end of your speedometer cable to see if there's any damage caused. Purchase a new gear and change it if the part looks damaged.
Compare the speed of your car to the speed of other cars on the road while driving to see how far off your speedometer is. Take the car to a speedometer shop or someone who knows how to fix speedometer magnets to recharge the magnet.
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