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Sounds like you may have a faulty ABS module and possibly pump failure. We see these abs modules a lot and would be more then happy to fix your original, no programming required. The module is located under the hood on the drivers side. I will attach an image of how it comes off. I believe its 4 torx 20 screws, disconnect the harness plug and slide it off. Feel free to call if need be. 561 615 0103 Tim
There is a Technical Service Bulletin Out for this concern no. 07-11-2. Here are the symptoms.
A known issue exists on the instrument cluster where it is possible for the graphics applique to separate from the cluster backplate and interfere with pointer operation. The suspect vehicle build months are July, 2005 to January, 2006. Although not impossible, vehicles built outside of this time period will likely not have this issue. The most common symptom is the speedometer pointer sticking while operating in cool or cold weather and the vehicle interior is beginning to warm up after a cold start. Revised instrument clusters are now available for service that includes a fix for this concern.