Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
I was on the highway and suddenly the speedometer went over 100 mph and dropped straight down, I was going about 60 at the time. Then, it started making a loud noise. I pulled over and at a dead stop it was reading 20 mph, I started going again, the noise had stopped and speedometer was moving as it would normally except at 20 mph more than I was actually going. Once again, it did the same thing, dropped straight down and making noise. What would cause this? Is it expensive to repair? Is it something I could do myself? Appreciate any help - Frustrated Lady
Sounds like speedometer cable is gone or the gears between the cable and transmission which makes the reduction for sppedometer if no cable on that year they have a sensor
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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