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We have acctim weathermaster 71233,having problem with wind speed,it is stuck on zero mph,even thought the anemometer is spining round, please help.

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SOURCE: 1996 Grand Am Speedometer works fine until above 30 MPH

check for loose connection for the speed sensor or speed sensor itself is failing

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