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2001 chev tahoe rpm and speedometer not working

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Remove the dash and check connectors all in ok ,then check printed circuit on back of dash,if still no joy then it could be complete new unit .

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If you are good with a soldering iron you can maybe fix it.. the speedometer is ran by a small motor . this can be found behind the speedometer needle. it is soldered to a printed circuit behind all that .. these motors can be bought on ebay for about 5 bucks each..if you decide to tear into it just give me a holler jerry at I will talk you through it .. thanks

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