I replaced the odometer with one from a junkyard. Works fine now. The odometer had locked up on my car and had broken the drive gear. Replace the odometer assembly and drive motor together. Cost was about $50 for the speedometer, odometer, tripmeter assembly. I have extra parts now. The whole assembly comes out fairly easily if you take your time. Good luck!
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You can't disable the system to turn the light off. The system is disabled when the light is on.
Code 34 is for the driver side bag circuit, which could be several different issues. I never recommend car owners working on SRS but you can buy a shop manual and give it a try if you like.
Hello dogjasper. Both of these issues will be caused by a part under the steering wheel called a "clockspring". This part allows the transfer of electrical energy through a plastic spring with wire leads impregnated into it. The plastic over time will crack and the wire along with it. The clockspring carries current for both the air bag and your cruise control. The steering wheel will need to be removed to access this part to be replaced.
This is electronic and is either the sending unit from the trans mission, unlikely since the cruise works, or a burned circuit in the instrument cluster for the Speedometer and Odometer. Double check your connections to make sure they haven't come apart somehow but you may want to have a shop look at this and isolate the problem.
Go to a auto recycler or ebay.com ..... you have to remove the woodgrain trim panels and the radio ... then the bezel ... a string that attaches to the steering column to the gearshift selector in the gauges then the guages ...
Your problem is within the odometer its self. I would check with a local parts house to see if they deal with a speedometer repair business. Then the unit can be removed and sent out for repair, saving you the cost of buying a new one.