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Speedo doesnt work

My speedo is stuck on zero i want to check the fuse but i know where the fuse box is under dash but which fuse if for speedo? is there one?

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  • lisatoomey Feb 27, 2009

    i have just been told this by a mechanic thankyou

    do you know if it expensive to fix

    thanks for your info

  • rick200 Mar 07, 2009

    Hi, My speedo, rev counter, fuel gauge, odometer have stopped working; I assume its a fuse; but where is it and what size? Many thanks

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Your speedo run off of a sensor on the tranny

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

  • James Chandler Mar 01, 2009

    price one at youur auto part store i don't know for sure myself most sensors are resonable for what they do

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