Question about Mazda Protege
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like either your speedometer cable, your nylon gear on the side of the tranny where the cable ties in, or the odometer itself is shot. One of those three will set you straight. If you are able, remove the cluster, take the cable off the back, and pull it out of the sheath. You will see if its broken or not from there. If not, slide it back into the sheath, then you have to find out where the sheath meets the tranny, and pull it off of there. Then, you can get someone else to watch the speedo as you turn the cable from the bottom. If it works, great, if not, then its your cluster/odometer/speedo. If it does work, the small gear in the transmission is shot.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Your speed sensor has failed. The vehicles speedometer is not cable controled, it's controled by a sensor in your transmission. It's a easy fix, but the new sensor is about $80 to $100 depending on where you get it.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Vehicle speed sensor. See if you can buy one of those cheap OBD2 scan tools Wal-mart sells, and if you have a P0500 in the PCM, I would place my money on a broken sensor. It costs about $60
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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