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Can i disconet the speedo in nissan x-trail 2009 and how

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  • wayne Jan 24, 2013

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Mo you cant as this is electronic and runs from a sensor and if you unhook the vehicle speed sensor the transmission wil not shift properley and can set sel or ck engine light.

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