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Speedometer stops working but still shifts and drives fine

We went to the dealership once before for this and they said there was some moisture in a connector, but I can't remember what they said. Now that it snowed and got some more condensation in the plug (I think), it has done it again. Does anyone know were this plug would be? Possibly on the Transmission, but where?

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    My 2001 Santa FE speedometer also quit working what is the expense to have this fixed? Could I do it myself?

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If the speedometer doesn't work, the car will still drive fine. The tac just estimate what happens, if you need your speedometer then you need to look for a "Car Anemometer" which calculates speed, miles, etc. Because the speedometer not working is not a non-common problem.

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